Does BJs Takes EBT?
Does BJs Takes EBT?
Does BJs takes EBT? This is the initial question that most people would ask when they hear about it. Some may be skeptical, while some others may not want to believe it. The truth however is that it does. Here’s why.
We all know that the human brain is completely structured in such a way that it can actually be programmed to act in a particular way. This means that, in the majority of cases, we are able to control what we are doing and how we are doing it. We can choose our own destiny and the direction in which we wish our life to take. This is the very basis of self-mastery, which is the underlying principle behind the Christian religion and the Buddhist faith. We are given the ability to choose.
Does this mean we are able to completely avoid all alcohol, or does it simply mean that, if we are not completely free from alcohol, then we can at least avoid consuming it in small quantities. The answer to this question is not straightforward. The problem is that alcohol addiction itself is not something that we can easily control. It is something that takes a very long time to work its way out of us. It has the potential to wreak havoc on our lives, even irreparably.
When we drink alcohol, we are engaging in an activity that is psychologically quite rewarding. This reward mechanism actually works quite well, in the sense that we get to feel good while we are indulging in it. It is no wonder then that we end up with a feeling of “reward” once we have “done it”. Our brains actually crave alcohol. In doing so, we deprive our brains of the “rewards” that it could otherwise get from indulging in an activity that gives us pleasure.
So, over time, this becomes a problem. The brain ends up becoming addicted to alcohol. In order to break the cycle, there are various ways that one could go about in the process.
One of them is by making sure that we do not engage in activities that will result in us getting drunk. Such activities include driving while intoxicated, drinking while working, and taking recreational drugs. The last one is especially relevant because many people end up taking such drugs as a means of “keeping up with the Joneses” or “passing the time”. There is nothing wrong with that in and of itself, but it certainly makes life difficult to live in today’s society when there is so much talk about putting alcohol and drug addiction to jail.