Opinion: It may be addiction, but it's still a choice

Nov 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NorthJersey.com

Sally Satel, a psychiatrist and a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, is a co-author of "Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience."

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Sterkfontein Swartkrans

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Nov 9, 2013
 
Typical right wing self righteous asshattery. The 'doctor' should have her license revoked!!

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Dec 31, 2013
 
So what, choice to begin with, of course. If it becomes addiction, what does it matter how it got to that point. Everything comes down to a choice if you think about it. Don't think addicts who seek help should be treated as if they're to blame because by the time they're addicted it's no longer a choice. Same goes for those who don't seek help. It's no longer a choice. A skier breaks his leg, just leave him in agony, after all it was his choice to ski that slope, k..

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