Countless individuals have proven that you can kick any habit.
In ‘honor’ of the upcoming World Drug Day, a licensed psychiatrist did us a great disservice by writing a book claiming we need to live with addictions. Prevent disappointment. Set your goals low. Quitting is an illusion.
If he really wanted to depress us, he could have included egotism, war, and hate. How to discourage and disempower the population. But, I guess that he also set the bar low for trying to make us give up on ourselves.
Psychiatry is one of the main physical polluters of the human brain today. Their psychopharmaceuticals drug us into inertia so well that typically, their intake diagnosis is still valid decades later. They don’t notice that this doesn’t sing the praise of the mind-benders; it shows their ineptness.
Don’t believe them. Save Your Soul. Just Say No. No to coffee and sugar. No to hashish and chocolate. No to alcohol and tobacco. No to opium and heroin. No to tranquilizers and pep pills. No to anti-depressants and sleeping pills. No to aphrodisiacs and party drugs, and no to pain killers. (If you got hooked already, seek medical guidance on how to quit safely.)
The following alternatives don’t cost money and have no dangerous side effects. They are not propagated since no dime profit is made off of them. Babies and small children around the globe use these alternatives—until they are overpowered by grownups who always know better. Not.
When feeling hurt or things don’t work out, you cry to get over the hurt.
When feeling scared, you make fun of it to make you shiver until it’s over.
When feeling embarrassed, you laugh until you can connect with ease.
When feeling confused, you express your thoughts until you’re with it.
When feeling stressed, bored, or ill, you yawn until you’re relaxed.
So, we don’t ignore emotions, but also won’t let them dictate our options.
NB: These approaches hardly work when we’re drugged!
No need to poison ourselves because others feel stressed about our tears!
NB: Psychiatrists pretend that our distress is a medical condition. However, don’t refuse antibiotics, vaccinations, or any other medical intervention for real ailments that you really need to stay safe and heal.
Listening to psychiatrists may be bad for your mental health.