Do you recognize your addictions?

https://painkills2.wordpress.com/?s=do+you+recognize+your+addictions%3F http://www.livescience.com/18430-falling-love-brain.html 2/11/2012, What Falling in Love Does to the Brain “Intense passionate love uses the same system in the brain that gets activated when a person is addicted to drugs,” said study co-author Arthur Aron, a psychologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. In other words, you start to crave the…Read more Do you recognize your addictions?

Do you recognize your addictions?

https://painkills2.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/why-anti-pot-crusaders-need-marijuana-to-change-the-brain/ For example, when you think about it, especially in states where it’s [marijuana] highly illegal, the adolescents who choose to do it, they’re taking a risk, a pretty big risk. … That’s obviously something that differentiates them from people who aren’t doing it. They are willing to engage in this risky behavior … so…Read more Do you recognize your addictions?

Do you recognize your addictions, Part 3

Here’s Part 2:  https://kbailey373.wordpress.com/2015/02/17/my-jesus-addiction/ I really appreciate the response from kbailey to my post entitled “Do you recognize your addictions?” My response is directed to her, but it’s also for others that suffer from addiction and chronic pain. Just as kbailey bristled at some of the things I wrote, I have a few questions about her words too… I haven’t…Read more Do you recognize your addictions, Part 3

When pain patients attack each other

I suppose it’s not easy to talk “to” people instead of “at” them, especially if you’re on opposite sides of an issue. I realize that my blog allows me to articulate my opinions in ways that I might not be able to if face-to-face with my opponents. However, I put more thought and effort into…Read more When pain patients attack each other