film at 11

Scientists may have discovered the real cause of addiction.

No, really. This time it’s for real. We mean it.

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2 thoughts on “film at 11

  1. fern

    I like that theory. It goes hand-in-hand with AA groups and the positive social support that’s received in meetings. I saw a psychiatrist for a few months when I was first diagnosed with depression. (Big mistake because I felt like the lab rat trying every drug imaginable). But, this psychiatrist and I had some good conversations. I asked him what he thought was the answer to depression and he said, “Get yourself busy with something you like to do.” I’ve also read longevity studies that show social support systems can add years to our lives. Basically, go against the inclination to isolate.

    Thanks for sharing that article.

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