I bought this cup for $5.50.
I was excited.
I needed to buy it.
It was $3.80, $4.50 cheaper than a coffee shop coffee and I knew I’d have to drink it.
But I had no idea how much of a difference it could make.
I have a habit of picking up new coffee whenever I visit a coffee house, so I bought the cup.
I drank about two-thirds of it and the cup was a little soft.
The next day I was hungry again and went to the fridge to grab a bottle of water and some milk.
The cup was still soft, so when I went back to the counter to buy milk, the cup had been softened by the water.
After I’d had that cup for two days I had to go back to Starbucks.
I had never bought coffee before, but it was the only place I could find coffee.
I could drink coffee for the first time and it was like a drug.
After spending the next two days drinking coffee, I was still not happy.
I didn’t have a good habit.
It took me a few months before I realised it was my coffee.
If I bought a cup of coffee everyday, it would last me until the end of September.
It wasn’t until the next summer when I started buying it from other cafes that I started to realise how bad it was.
I started at the $1.50-a-cup level and slowly added to it, so that by August I was spending $8.60 a day on coffee.
My habit had become ingrained.
By September, I could barely stand to leave the house without having coffee.
It started to feel like I was a slave to the machine.
It would never stop.
My friends and I started asking our parents about coffee habit.
“Are you buying it because you’re addicted to it?”
“Do you think your addiction is something you can control?”
We were getting nowhere, we thought.
We decided to give up coffee.
What can I do?
One of the best things about coffee is that it’s addictive.
When you buy coffee, you buy it to get something, and that something is caffeine.
Caffeine is addictive because it can cause you to feel high.
If you consume too much caffeine, it will lead to a hangover, which can be a very serious problem.
But if you only drink a small amount of coffee, it’s a lot easier to feel normal.
I’ve never been addicted to caffeine, but I know there are people who are.
In my experience, most coffee addicts have a similar problem: They drink a lot of coffee and they feel normal, like they don’t need the caffeine.
It can be really difficult to get help from a doctor, and it’s not easy to find someone who knows someone who’s addicted to coffee.
But in a way, it is.
I’m a bit of a coffee addict, so how can I stop?
For me, the first step was to try not to drink coffee anymore.
I took my first sip of coffee at the age of 14.
It had a mild aftertaste and it made me feel good, but in the summer it felt a little strange and I didn and I drank more coffee.
At 16, I realised that the taste of coffee was a lot more like alcohol than it used to be.
I stopped drinking coffee altogether.
By then, I had a girlfriend who drank coffee a lot, but she didn’t drink it as much as I did.
I knew she had a drinking problem and I could try to help her, but there was nothing I could do.
I wasn’t addicted to alcohol.
I hadn’t even thought about quitting coffee until a few years later.
When I started my caffeine withdrawal, it felt really weird.
I felt like I needed it, and yet I felt so empty, so empty.
I did everything I could to avoid caffeine, and at the end I just gave up.
But the next time I started drinking coffee I didn.
I tried to drink more coffee and drink more caffeine, until the last cup of water I drank felt so much better than the last one.
I went to a coffee bar and I felt very confident about the experience.
But it felt like everything was going well.
My relationship with coffee had completely collapsed.
I couldn’t stop drinking coffee.
And then one day I met a woman who was addicted to other drugs.
We became friends and then I was addicted too.
I ended up living with her for a year and a half.
But now I’ve quit caffeine completely, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to get out of coffee again.
My addiction is a real problem and one that I have to face every day.
But there’s hope.
There are a lot different ways you can stop your addiction to coffee, and they’re all based on how you treat your body.
If coffee addiction is an addiction, it can be very difficult to overcome.