Intransigent Coffee Addiction (Cup 2)

Obstacles and Motives Pave My Compassionately Boundaried Way

I GUESS???? — Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash

In Cup 1, I described my decades long intransigent addiction to coffee. A cup a day is fine for many, but while healing from a boatload of chronic conditions, it’s not fine for me.

The definition of addiction includes knowing something isn’t good for you and doing it anyway, despite your highest wishes

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Chronicling chronic illness. Also: Jewish life, being a US immigrant to Mexico, parenting….maybe some poetry. Certified Functional Health Coach.

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Sybil Sanchez Kessler

Sybil Sanchez Kessler

Chronicling chronic illness. Also: Jewish life, being a US immigrant to Mexico, parenting….maybe some poetry. Certified Functional Health Coach.

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