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My Plan to Ruin Your Life

Posted on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 | No Comments

Addiction explains his plans to destroy the lives. He starts by convincing people they really don't have a problem:
-You have a constitutional right to stay addicted.
-Three days in detox cures a twenty-year habit.
-You can't be addicted, you still have a job.
-You’re not that bad, You're drug's not that bad. At least you don't inject there.
-Drug testing, not drug use, is your problem.  “If they hadn’t found the cancer, I wouldn’t be sick.”
-You are but a reflection of the culture, awash in chemicals and malaise.
-Not only should it be legalized, but also baked into school lunches.
-When your life is completely stress free and fulfilling, you’ll quit drinking.
-It’s all a phase you’re going through; sowing your wild oats, mid-life crisis, adjusting to old age.
-You’ll quit whenever you get pregnant. 

Addiction challenges the reader to stay clean and sober despite all his tricks. For example, he will change his appearance to look like a powdery line of success to the lawyer, a can of solidarity to the mill worker, a fine glass of sophisticated relaxation to the single mom executive, and a big cloud of acceptance to the lonely fourteen year-old.

Addiction explains how he turns strengths and weaknesses against people.  He will convince the arrogant person she is too smart to be addicted, the strong person she need only apply a little more willpower to control her problem, and the dependent person finding the right mate will eliminate all her problems.

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