With one in five Americans popping some type of psychiatric drug to cope with self-imposed hopeless situations, and over 800,000 people taking their own lives each year, more emphasis needs to be put on the root cause of anxiety and loss of hope.
Despite what you hear on the news, we are living in the best time in history and on the curve of ushering in a world of sustainable abundance for all.
We must move from the superficial small talk and sound bites of social media into authentic, deep, face-to-face conversations.
Practicing social connected behaviors that relieve us of the feeling of loneliness can reroute the drug-queued compulsive behaviors that trigger a hunger to reach for quick-fix drugs to dull our perceived pain and constant state of craving.
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