(By Esther Landhuis for NPR)
Picture this: While reaching for the cookie jar — or cigarette or bottle of booze or other temptation — a sudden slap denies your outstretched hand. When the urge returns, out comes another slap.
Now imagine those “slaps” occurring inside the brain, protecting you in moments of weakness. Continue reading article here…
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