In this video, I’m going to teach you about an awesome principle I learned from studying Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). NLP has an interesting view on addiction. With opiate addiction, NLP views the addiction as a “resource.”
When I first started using opiates daily, it was because they provided me with a relief of social anxiety and generalized anxiety, and they gave me a ton of energy to work at a fast-paced restaurant in upstate New York.
Plus, the opiates numbed my emotional pain and trauma from the past and present.
Thus, opiate addiction was a resource.
And for a while, opiate addiction added value to my life.
However, things got ugly after awhile, and the benefits started to go away, while at the same time I started to experience severe negative consequences as the result of my addiction.
At this point, in NLP they would say the opiate addiction had become an “exhausted resource.” And when opiate addiction becomes an exhausted resource, it’s time to move on and begin the process of getting off opiates.
In this video, I’m going to go deep into this NLP principle, and at the end of the video, I’ll provide you with my 7-Step Success System for quitting any opiate or opioid drug there is.
It’s an absolute game-changer, and you will really gain a lot of value from this NLP concept and my 7-Step Success System. Enjoy!
Watch the video below:
To learn more about Neuro-Linguistic Programming, I recommend checking out the book NLP: The Essential Guide to Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
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