Friday, August 19, 2005

Moss on Pot

Really, Randy Moss has smoked pot while in the NFL? You're kidding.

This is a non story that will get talked about for way too long. Who cares. Has Moss ever failed a drug test? Has Moss ever been in the NFL's substance abuse policy? No.

Now if Moss had said he's used memphetamines or cocaine while in the NFL... maybe a little bit different. Cause, you know, those drugs are actually harmful. Should he not smoke pot? Probably. But he said he smokes it once every a blue moon and thats it. That isn't exactly unheard of.

2 comments:

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The Robert Shields College said...

Although using hypnosis is not the right thing to do with everyone who has a psychological problem, it is, never-the-less, sometimes effective where other approaches have failed.

Although most hypnotherapy trainers make the use of hypnosis sound mysterious, the simple truth is that the application of hypnosis is simple.

There are hundreds of good books on the market that will teach you how to hypnotize, but, and this is the problem, those books do not show you how to deal with the many problems hypnosis can help you with.

In the most simple terms, the mind consists of the conscious part that is known to us and the unconscious part that is largely unknown to us.

The conscious part is very tiny and much weaker in comparison and in a war between the conscious and the unconscious, the conscious may win battles, but the war will always be won by the unconscious.

That is why most of our psychological problems are so difficult to deal with.

Many smokers, for example, would like to stop smoking and save themselves some money and be healthier, but their efforts to stop are mostly temporary (battles won) and they continue to smoke (the war is won by the unconscious) regardless of the consequences.

Hypnotherapy is a fascinating subject and well worth studying.

Why not pay a quick visit to my site at: http://www.hypnotherapy-training.info and learn more.

Thank you for reading my contribution.

Robert Shields