I’m addicted to fidget spinners and I can’t stop


I’m addicted to fidget spinners and I can’t stop. It all started when I saw one for the first time. I was at a friend’s house and they had this little toy on their desk. I asked what it was and they said it was a fidget spinner. I had seen them before, but I had never really paid attention to them. But for some reason, this one caught my eye.

I asked if I could try it and they said sure. I took it and started spinning it. I was immediately hooked. I couldn’t put it down. I played with it for the rest of the night and then had to go home.

The next day, I went to the store and bought my own fidget spinner. I couldn’t wait to get home and start playing with it. And that’s when the addiction really started.

I would spend hours upon hours spinning my fidget spinner. I would take it to school with me and spin it during class. I would spin it at home while watching TV, doing homework, and even while eating. It became a part of my everyday life.

The addiction got so bad that I started to neglect other things in my life. I would forget to eat or drink because I was so focused on spinning my fidget spinner. I stopped hanging out with friends and going outside. I even stopped doing my homework.

My grades started to slip and my parents were getting worried. They tried to take my fidget spinner away from me, but it was like taking away a part of me. I would get angry and lash out at them. I was out of control.

The addiction was ruining my life, but I couldn’t stop. I didn’t know how.

But then, one day, I woke up and realized that I didn’t want to be controlled by my addiction any longer. I wanted to be the one in control. I wanted to be the one who decided when and how to use my fidget spinner.

So, I started to cut back. I would only spin my fidget spinner for a few minutes at a time. I would put it away when I was done and not think about it until the next day.

It was hard at first, but I was determined to break my addiction.

And, eventually, I did it. I’m not completely cured, but I’m much better. I can go hours without spinning my fidget spinner and I no longer feel the need to do it all the time.

I’m still addicted to fidget spinners, but I’m in control now. And that’s all that matters.

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