On the nature of addiction

What is psychology? Psychology is the study of the mind, who we are, our thoughts, beliefs, justifications, needs, desires, memories, instincts, hopes, emotions, feelings, sensations, dreams, nightmares, reactions, behaviours, experiences and else. Psychology study life, that is unique to all of us, and same, as our mind react the same way to the truth and the lie. We deceive others or are truthful the same way having the same effect on our minds.

Who is a psychologist? A psychologist is a person who changes minds to improve lives. A dishonest psychologist is a charlatan as only the truth, that is life and love, can make a positive impact in the mind and behaviour.

Psychiatry is psychology with medicines, that force the patient to change the mind, as drugs are mind altering substances that change who we are.

Negative states of mind like depression and anxiety are associated with victimhood. Depression is caused by past or present victimhood and anxiety is anticipated future victimhood.

Envy is wanting the happiness that has been self denied. Addicts are envious because are victims of themselves rejecting the truth that would make them happy and honestly want.

Addiction is the psychology of a liar. Addiction satisfy the need to be a victim, to conceal the hatred, to hurt others. Addicts revenge a childhood hurt revelling against our true loving nature becoming like the parents who hurt them and hate, hating who they become.

The nature of addiction, like of mental health, is psychology, the mind. A disease is the malfunctioning of an organ. The brain of an addict functions properly, how is meant to do, and lying, hurting others or self, going against our truthful nature, is reflected in irrational behaviours from a tormented mind.

Solo el mentiroso se engancha y solo el honesto se desengancha.

In psychology like in life behaviours and events happen for a reason. Parents of addicts hurt and bring up revengeful children. Liars bring up liars. Liars hate liars. Liars fool liars. Only liars get hooked. Addiction runs in families. Why no parent questioned why his son got addicted and others don’t?

Addiction brings anger, shame, guilt, envy and other feelings and emotions that are caused by voluntary or chosen behaviour. If addiction was a disease it would not cause that psychology.

Humans, like animals, become agressive, irrational, crazy when are hurt. Mental health issues have the origin in a hurt, victimhood.

Addiction recovery is not about stop taking mind altering substances, but about changing the psychology, thinking, understanding of life, behaviour, becoming honest, better person. Addiction recovery is a way of life, a code of conduct treating others truthfully as equals.

I have synthesised mental health, psychology, in a dichotomy we all belong to, as nobody is perfect or imperfect absolutely and we can relate to both.

truth, honesty, generosity, selflessness, compersion, courage, wisdom, pride, innocence, empathy, independent, life

lie, dishonesty, meanness, selfishness, envy, cowardice, foolishness, shame, guilt, apathy, need validation, death

Addiction recovery is a journey to the womb, the origin, an honest, innocent and happy baby humble because doesn’t understand and at awe with the miracle of life, a wonder beyond comparison.

Self-love is honesty, being self is loving self and others because you are good for God. Love is liking happiness. To love who you don’t like is wanting liars to be honest.

Addicts need validation because they are not themselves, they live behind a mask pretending to be who they are not, deceiving, hurting others, concealing the hatred, needing the character to be approved to maintain the deception coherent.

Addiction is a pursuit of unhappiness, victimhood, attention. Addicts advertise themselves as victims stealing attention hurting others. Attention is being in someone else’s mind and is a primordial need as living unnoticed is like death, like being God in a world of atheists.

Animals get addicted therefore lie, have free will and understanding of psychology.

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