If I could get high right now, I would. Are you kidding me, there is no greater feeling. That's real and very dangerous. If you didn't know, you don't want to know, because the sensations of some chemicals are better than the best orgasms. That's real and very dangerous.
Hm. Lots to think about and definitely cause to re-evaluate my thoughts on why some bloggers blog.Meanwhile, it's always worth noting that you never know what's going on behind someone's eyes and unless you do, your judgement should only go so far.Another good post, Carey.
July 20, 2010 7:13 AM
Different choices,good at firs but not wonderful in the end.. I really do wonder what your friend's going through, how he must feel right now.. Life's just unpredictable more often than not.
July 20, 2010 9:19 AM
Good question 2cute4u! We talked on the phone for hours. There's a term we use called "clicked in". In spite of all the dreadful consequences of welcoming our lover back into our lives, once the brain is convinced that it needs that drug (clicked in), the consequences has no power to stop that first kiss. However, he told me that after the thrill was gone, he was left in a depressive state that he had never experienced. His shame, guilt and depressed mood took him so far down that he wanted to die. He said he couldn't find a place to hide. But the biggest problem that the average person does not hear nor understand is the old condition of the mind reverts right back to it's damaged state. No matter how long it's been in the healing process, that's just a distant memory. Meaning, it's open for suggestions of negative activity, negative people and places. It's confused and takes months and sometimes years to repair.
2cute 4u, let me clean up a little something. You said "not wonerful in the end". Well, that depends on what you're talking about. The catch is, the consequences are not great, yes, but the drug will do what it's suppose to do. And that's what the mind remembers! Make no mistake about it, the drug is going to do it's job. But again, to reach your goal, you have to keep doing it and that's where the danger comes in.
July 21, 2010 4:22 AM