NA thug Johnny Panic was furious at AddictionMyth for exposing the truth about his butt buddy Dan Genis. So he ‘followed’ AddictionMyth on twitter and changed his photo to a ‘Gun & Skull’ as a threat to the blogger. He then tweeted: Just watched “how to get away with murder” it could easily become my favorite new show.
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The Best Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder Your Addiction Counselor Isn’t Telling You
Your RELIGION teaches that drinking causes crimes, thus one must be punished for drinking. That is a RELIGIOUS belief. Again, just punish for the crimes. And yes the laws are precisely what is at issue here. J has a problem that JUDGES are sentencing people to AA. And I’d agree that’s just wrong. But you are so blinded by your fanaticism for your religion that you cannot see it.
Sorry, but my religion and my drinking coexist very amicably. I guess some people aren’t as fortunate. I wish you the best. Be careful. Continue reading AA Threatens AddictionMyth on The Fix! →
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) demands the immediate retraction and termination of your irresponsible and dangerous anti-AA propaganda website (‘AddictionMyth’) claiming that all alcoholism and drug addiction is completely fake and all addicts are liars and that AA is a ‘blood cult of mischief’ and a ‘drinking club’ and a ‘sin mortgaging scam’ and brainwashes innocent people to kill themselves. We have received numerous complaints from the public claiming that people have seen your website and refused life saving treatment, and many of those people have overdosed and died. You have completely ignored our numerous complaints and now we must take decisive action to shut you down. Continue reading Psycho Stepper: A Chat with Drug Czar Michael Botticelli →
William James was born in 1842 and grew up in an age of rapid advancements in science and industry that promised to unveil the mysteries of the world and relieve man of his physical burdens. He studied medicine at Harvard and soon was teaching courses in physiology. However he is best known for his contributions to the study of the mind, and is considered the “Father of American psychology”. He founded the philosophical school of Pragmatism, which stated that the truth of a statement is nothing more than the usefulness to the person who believes it (a reversal of our intuitive sense). He applied the newly discovered principles of Darwinism to epistemology: the most useful ideas eventually win out. Continue reading Alcoholism: The Lie Becomes the Truth →