Actually, that is factually incorrect.
There have been thousands of studies done on both, and they have shown that things such as alcoholism and being a sex addict can be imprinted on our DNA. They are diseases. This means that your genetic make-up can “MAKE” a person be those things.
Childhood trauma also can cause these things because the mind is not fully developed until most are 25-28 years, so incidences of trauma quite often have an impact far past the developmental stage they were incurred in and have life long implications.
Keep trying to be well OP
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Maybe the new age for getting a driver's license, drinking, buying cigarettes, watching pornography, voting, being able to have sex, and joining the military should be 29.
I mean if people's minds are not fully developed until 25-28, should they be burdened with these adult responsibilities?