I was wikipedia surfing (because that's what cool kids do on there day off) and I looked up addictions. Some statistic said that 90% of the world has some sort of "Soft Addiction". (I'm assuming that is like a light version of addiction) If this is true, then how can addiction be bad if we all have them? How would you define a "Hard Addiction"? And what do you think you're addicted to? If I was addicted to anything it would be internet and caffeine. hah. But the thing is. . . I have in the past, and could now, stopped these "addictions". How can they be considered addictions if they don't hold any control over me?