Last night I was reading in second Nephi 7, which mirrors Isaiah 50, and I came across a verse that seemed to hit me in a couple of ways. Continue reading
It’d be really nice if this was simply a theory piece about the practical application of the statistical phenomenon in the title, and its psychological impact on addiction. Unfortunately, this is one of those pieces I write after I’ve relapsed.
There is plenty on the theory available online, Here, Here and Here for example. But the simple idea is that when something extremely good happens, it is most likely to be followed by something less extreme. This is most typically true of events that are random in nature, but the idea can be used elsewhere. Continue reading
So, I understand that the title of this post is a bit odd. I am not talking about the quality of the activities in which I engaged during the relapse, but rather that the rebound from the relapse has borne more insight than any that have preceded it. I would suppose that it is a sign of my increasing mental and emotional health that I am able to see things as I do right now. Continue reading