The Addiction Recovery Daily
At 44 minutes in length, I believe that today’s Video Of The Day offers individuals seeking to fight addiction a unique oppritunity to do so from the comfort of their own home. Not understanding the language of an ASMR video can provide a significant advantage for people who are stuck in their own head.
Can we translate that to ASMR? I think so. In fact, we are seeing it in real time! The best of the best are rising to the top, and overall it makes competition much more fierce. All we have to do is look at Starling ASMR for an example.
Television is a real bonding experience for some people, and I always get left out. I don’t really enjoy watching TV. I feel like the more TV I watch in my youth, the more I will have to work a minimum wage job when I am 80 years old. My plan for retirement is actually to watch all the shows I’ve missed
What does this have to do with addiction and alcoholism? Well, I feel like some individuals end up becoming addicts simply because the state the world is in! At least in the United States, I don’t think things make a lot of sense. Growing up, people would always tell me “Get a good job at a factory and then you’ll be able to retire in 20 years,” and I thought to myself “I’d rather die.”
Today’s Video Of The Day is not an ASMR video…I hope that doesn’t break your heart. Fret not! You are at the right place! This is ASMR.Community, and here you will find [or you are already finding] a new blog post everyday where I select one video from the internet
For me, this series has daytime vibes written all over it. Sometimes, ASMR can be a picnic in the park by yourself, eating biscuits and drinking tea with ASMR Angel. I don’t usually listen to ASMR in parks
Today’s Video Of The Day is one I was playing while writing, and after I had finished my task I thought “Wow! That video really had me focused!”
Gloss and Tingles has, in this video, the perfect mix of sound and silence.
I went to Vietnam for six weeks in 2019. There are, of course, other American’s that have been to Vietnam, but there are almost certainly more American’s suffering from addiction. Addiction in America is an epidemic, and I am proud to be doing my part on the issue.
Has not every person in modern history had the thought cross their mind: “Wow…for thousands of years my ancestors hunted food and gathered berries…and now I [blank].” You can fill that blank in with many things, be it the monotonous job you have, or your fascination for jumbo jets.
Without question, I use the metric system more than the “American standard” system of measurement. Recently I came to Florida, from California where I had been living for almost three years. Suddenly I am seeing more of – and using- the “United States customary units” again!
The older I get the more I come to place faith in ancient healing techniques. My parents were never exposed to, and don’t much believe in many forms of spirituality, except for possibly the Catholic stuff, but that’s the stuff that makes the least sense to me. Recently I learned about Ein Sof;
Obviously you wouldn’t want to open a business while you are still drinking/using, or directly after you stop, because a relapse would cost you more than your health at that point!