If you keep telling yourself that, there is nothing anyone could ever say to change your mind.Kind of silly though to say that we do this to ourselves. It's something within the mind that has happened for some of us that have used some type of drug/substance or are suffering with mental illness in some way. We don't do this to ourselves. I don't think anyone would WANT to do this to themselves. I can't control this.. when I wake up and go outside I can't control how my mind processes the outside world. It's like a perception issue within the brain. I'm glad you don't have the severe symptoms like some of us do. Good for you. But a lot of us don't choose this or want this for ourselves. Don't be one of those ignorant people.
What he/she said is true tho (at least for someone who actually used a drug which resulted in brain chemistry being altered).. It's like when you have a numb hand, would you be able to unnumb it? if you have dysfunctional legs, would you be able to suddenly make it functional?If you keep telling yourself that, there is nothing anyone could ever say to change your mind.