Warning! Pole dancing can cause addiction!

If you tried pole dancing and you started experiencing any of the below behaviors, watch out! You are getting addicted to pole.

1- ASPD- Anti-Social Pole Behavior

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This is usually the first sign of addiction. It occurs when a pole dancer starts avoiding social events and finding excuses to pole. At first they are honest about it “Sorry, I have a class tonight” but soon it becomes “I have to work late” or “I am not feeling good to go out”.

2- Narcissism 

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Led by the amusement of finally having a toned body, most pole dancers will develop symptoms that include; watching your abs in the mirror, taking progress selfies of your 6 packs and checking your own ass………….etc. It’s not something to be proud of.

3- Bi-pole-r Behavior 

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PMSing symptoms after a short period of time without pole practice might be a sign of Bi-pole-r Behavior. Book a class as soon as possible. You will feel better after a couple of spins.

4- Pollucinations

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This affects most pole dancers. It will generally cause them to see poles everywhere and everything around them becomes a reason to hang and take a picture. The umbrella, the flagpole, monkey bars, lamppost, swings etc.. It’s also very common to do handstands, bridges and splits in whatever location that has an awesome background.

5- Compulsive Pole Wear Shopper

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Pole wear is usually small and brutally expensive. The compulsive pole shopper usually loses track of finances and might even starve herself to either fit or pay for a specific pole wear item. This is the latest stage of addiction.

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