Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever

Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever

BY SOFO ARCHON

Most people think that the reason why people become addicted to drugs is solely because of the drugs themselves. This, however, is far from the truth, as shown repeatedly by scientific studies on drug addiction. The brilliant short animated video below will explain to you why drugs don’t actually cause addiction, changing your view on drugs forever.

 

Thank You to SOFO ARCHON and his blog The Unbounded Spirit for bringing such an important and scientifically verifiable perspective to our attention.

Disconnection is the DIS-EASE of today. It is fostered in so many ways.Technology allows interaction without real connection. Devices have replaced social interaction and participation. TVs, phones, games, personal dramas ……..are just some of the addictions that waste time and potential.

Every one is too busy……..doing many useless time devouring things that keep them from beneficial face to face interaction, me included.

Progress has brought us here.

Humankind are social animals. For mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health, participation in social activities is crucial.

For yourself and everyone else, get social and participate in peoples lives including your own. If you can’t get out, have actual telephone conversations to connect.  Be interested and interesting. Care and be caring. The rewards are stupendous for mankind individually and as a whole as this video demonstrates.

So for all of us…………….truly CONNECT, create new connections, reinvigorate existing connections and help others to do the same. It is the true solution to all addiction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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