“A person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie
Vivitrol, which removes emotion from drug use, reveals what control want; once something can’t create pleasure, once obsessed over, becomes useless.
When relationships get painful, nobody leaves individuals, but actions, and, if enough, seeks replacement experience which can offer what’s desired.
It means little whether experience exists; games, movies, MP3s, all stimulated, yet will be obsessed over, even addictively, whatever offers emotion after.
Anyone who chases house, car, lottery, relationship, food, drugs, social media, sex, obsesses on how pain might be replaced by pleasure.
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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