Inner Rage TheorySome people believe that addictions come from the inability of addicts

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Inner Rage Theory

Some people believe that addictions come from the inability of addicts to self-soothe the inner rage they experienced as a child.

  • Where do you stand on this issue?
  • Explain your position, and support it with at least 2 scholarly sources.
  • Include both citations and references in proper APA style.

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Running Head: INNER RAGE THEORY

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Inner rage theory

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INNER RAGE THEORY

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Inner rage theory

The inner rage theory is the most effective theory that attempts to explain causes of
additions among individuals. Although there lacks a single theory that explains the causes of
substance addiction among every substance abuser, the inner rage theory gives a good basis for
comprehending what is going on with an individual undergoing substance abuse. In many cases,
substance abuse and addiction is an attempt of the individ...

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