Sunday, January 6, 2013

Reasons Don't Exist

     Just like triggers, reasons don't exist either. The choice to use is a selfish one. Nothing makes us want to use. Regardless of what's happened to us or how miserable we are, WE choose to use and therefore WE are the reason. Nothing else and nobody else is the reason. This is why therapy is useless for a drug addict. Finding reasons why we use just gives us excuses to keep using.

     Wanh... I'm sad, angry, depressed, hurt, abused, victimized, blah, blah, blah... so I HAVE to use. See, now you know why I do what I do. You would do the same exact thing! Wanh, wanh, wanh...  

     Drug addicts use because they are selfish and want to use. Go ahead, send them to a therapist to work out their emotional issues. Trust me, once they've got it all figured out, they are going to go get high. Addicts don't need a reason, nor the resolution of a reason, to use. I'm telling you that even the happiest kid from a loving family will turn into an addict for no reason at all. He becomes an addict simply because he chooses to pick up and use over and over again until he or she is broken. It's that simple.

     And it's the same even if we have been hurt. Plenty of people have been hurt and don't mutate into hopeless drug addicts. And once we become addicts, you are spinning your wheels trying to talk it out of us. We need to go from being insane (missing chip) to sane again (chip re-inserted), and the truth is that no amount of talking and no amount of medication can accomplish this. Addicts need nothing short of a psychic change via a spiritual experience. We need to replace our addiction with something as powerful as the addiction itself.

     Reasons allow us to sidestep responsibility, and believe me, if you give an addict a chance to avoid it, they will. Regardless of whether the reasons we discover and give to ourselves are true or not, drinking and using drugs is wrong if we have lost control. Instead, we should be told that we no longer have the right to use, no matter what happened to us, no matter how we feel or how we (with dramatic emphasis) ache so.

     I'm not saying therapists can't help people, I'm just saying they can't help drug addicts - the most manipulative, deceptive, dishonest, selfish and pathologically infantile group out there (besides borderlines and narcissists, or sociopaths). And we need to especially watch out for psychiatrists. Believe it or not, they actually have the balls to prescribe drug addicts more drugs. Great solution. What an absolute joke. See you in the next life after you overdose.

God, help me remember that if my problem is spiritual in nature, than so must be my solution... 

2 comments:

  1. This makes sense to me.

    David

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  2. This is a great site. So true, so true. You make me smile.

    Elaine G.

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