Addiction is a Disease Impacting the Legal Profession, Not a Moral Failing - Shared screen with speaker view
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Addiction = "Continued use despite consequences."
Phenomenon of Craving (applicable for individuals with addiction, not with dependence). 10X stronger for an addict's drug of choice (c.f., craving for food). Cravings are what drive relapse.
Biology: 60% of addiction is biology (self and family). Psychological: upbringing; adverse childhood experiences; trauma. Social (opportunity): social acceptance and availability.
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