Right, and I have a bridge I’d like to sell you in California.
Also, if moral/spiritual action works so well to get us better, it sort of implies we have a problem in that department 😉 Said another way, if our problem is spiritual, so must be our solution.
Saw this comment on another blog. Presented (almost) without comment:
“Some cases of ‘addiction’ are actually attempts to replace what is naturally missing in their bodies. In the case of opiate addiction, some, not all, are using it for legitimate mental health treatment. While I do not advocate taking illicit substances to solve this, there exists a growing mountain of evidence supporting the notion that a lack of endogenous opioids inside of our bodies can lead to many illnesses, including depression. While not necessarily the case and knowing nothing of your situation, if your child has been suffering from depression for some time it may be worth looking in to.”
“…using it for legitimate mental health treatment”???????????
Wow. Um, yeah, opiates work for depression because they get you high as shit. Are these people serious?
This is probably one of the more insane things I’ve ever read in my life, but I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that doctors are now telling you that our brains actually need prescription opiates organically or constitutionally. Okay folks, I think it may be time to pack it in, as it is now commonly accepted that more opiates serve as a legitimate mental health treatment strategy for people addicted to opiates. What an absolute travesty that this is what we’ve been reduced to in the nanny state of America.
God, please help us…
|The new solution for depression & opiate addiction: more opiates.|