‘The Opposite of Addiction is Not Sobriety, But Choice’

The Sydney Morning Herald
In her book, Never Enough: the Neuroscience of Experience and Addiction (released in Australia this month), Bucknell psychology and neuroscience professor Judith Grisel writes that “the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but choice.” The behavioral neuroscientist has 30 years of experience researching drug addiction, but she shares in this story that her belief in this statement doesn’t come from her work. Also published in The Age and Brisbane Times, among others.

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