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The more pain you experience the more apt you are to attempt to control it through guilt. This is what leads to guilt becoming an excessity for some.
If you get angry at just about everyone and everything — every single day — anger could be an excessity in your life.
As you consider whether or not money is an excessity in your life, the answer will more likely lie in your heart than in your bank ledger.
When it comes to relationships, if you keep saying to yourself, “I can’t believe I keep doing this!” relationships may be an excessity in your life.
Sex is an excessity if you’ve gotta have it at the expense of your relationship or your self-esteem.
A weekend trip to Vegas here, a poker game with the guys there, does not a problem gambler make. But if you are gambling to excessity, chances are you know it.
Though an activity that many enjoy in perfect proportion to the rest of their lives, there are some for whom exercise takes precedence over all else.
The addictive nature of tobacco and pharmaceuticals make them especially dangerous excessities that must be brought under control.
If you feel deprived, depressed, or anxious when prevented from shopping, it’s a problem.
If you’re working so much that you’re hurting relationships with the very family members you’re trying to support, it’s time to strike a better balance.