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“On the flip side, many people self-medicate to try to ease the pain in their lives.”
“Apparently, having to watch last year's old 42-inch flat-screen TV caused such melancholia that some decided to self-medicate with the purchase of a new 51-inch screen.”
“Fortunately for him, and us, Van Gogh was able to self-medicate.”
“But fortunately for him, and us, the Dutch painter was able to self-medicate.”
“Yes, but I believe he is using them to self-medicate his mental illness.”
“It's important because there are so many people who are going to their doctors for the wrong reasons and seeking to basically self-medicate and get the doctor to co-sign their problem.”
“And there are all those people who don't live in states like California, where weed is legal, and choose to self-medicate.”
“About 60% of bipolar patients also abuse drugs or alcohol, often to "self-medicate," Ragan says.”
“People with real psychiatric diseases may need them, but it's really easy for recovery people to self-medicate your emotions away.”
“This lack of belonging leads to poor nutrition and behavior choices, which serve in our efforts to self-sooth and self-medicate, as the world we inhabit continues on its trajectory of financial and societal misdirection.”
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