.... i've been reading the book of mormon and doing meth. one helps me understand the other.
To be absolutely truthful, I find the combination a bit odd.
The problem with meth programs is that they promote the notion that repeating ad nauseam, "I want to quit, I want to quit," resolves the issue as if the mantra possessed the powers to summon up the will that would lead an addict to the light that awaits him or her on the other side of the exit door and it's all a done deal. On the contrary, the more powerful antidote would be just the opposite, specifically, "I don't want to quit, I don't want to quit." With "don't" emphasized to reflect meth's stranglehold on the brain cell's pleasure receptors. Of course, you could buy a bad batch of meth from a street vendor and OD. That wouldn't be any fun.