Do you have an Addictive Personality?
There's nothing wrong with doing what you love. However, there's a fine line between hobbies and addiction and it's definitely something you wouldn't want to cross yourself. Are you familiar with what many say that 'too much' of something is definitely harmful rather than helpful? That applies to almost anything you could think about. And rather than simply having fun, an addictive personality may pave a path that could cause your own ruin. Have you ever stopped for a second and thought about whether what you're doing right now is just a hobby or has it turned to something different?
Acceptance is definitely a hard thing to do, especially if what we're talking about is addiction. However, if this is the case, I think that its better if you're more open minded. Here are some of the signs that could give you a hint if you're on the verge of falling into this dangerous pit, given by experts on the field.
The first one is when you feel a relentless urge inside you which is attractive to everything new. Although aspiring to have new things or activities to do may be natural at first glimpse, doing it impulsively and in a rush is something different. Since you're always looking for something new, you could never have a cemented commitment or goals in life that you want to achieve. This also causes you to have short-term connections rather than long and deep ones that'll last a lifetime leading to isolation and lack of friends.
An addictive personality that often causes impulsive decisions that you've not thought about clearly leads to anxiety and your stress level to increase. This could also be because of disappointments from people when you've impulsively tried something that they don't want you to try. Finally, this negative emotions will definitely lead to mood swing and negative perspective upon yourself that would further cause negative impacts for you. However, an addictive personality can definitely be cured. You should just analyze yourself properly, remain calm and accept that you're experiencing this dire situation.