Memory Affliction

In this video, I will explain why your memories of past drug taking or using your drug of choice are often exaggerated and may even stamp out negative consequences of using.

In a lab, animals exhibit similar "craving" memories to humans. This study shows us how it can be modeled in a lab. Additionally researchers have found that memories of our drug taking are more vivid, easier to recall and may even stamp out other memories

You may also want to read: Grady, Denise. "The Hardest Habit To Break: Memories of the High." New York Times, October 27, 1998


Think about some situations in your past where your thoughts and memories of the positive aspects of using were highly exaggerated?