“A person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie

   Vivitrol, which removes “high” from cocaine, reveals what controls want; when a drug, music, movie, anything can’t create pleasure, it’s replaced with what can.

   In many relationships, things go bad, means emotion has gone, many do nearly anything, to get emotion back, it’s not about an individual, but feeling that results.

   Video games, television, Mp3s, all simulated, because it matters little if an experience exists, so long as its results in wanted emotional experience.

  Anyone who chases house, car, lottery, relationship, food, drug, sports, music, movie, obsesses on how it might feel; when a song gets boring it’s replaced.

   As an addict goes through withdrawal, or diet, all they want is discomfort gone, yet must resist obsessive want for quick, easy pleasure, without its consequences.

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