If a person was happy and lived for many many years before becoming addicted to amphetamines, they basically must make it past the wall of depression and withdrawls and eventually are rewarded with feeling back to normal. Something I took notice of when this happens is how a person must realize it isn't helping anything, which means they understand that its the source of many problems that will go away when the drug goes away. Also the person knows its not even doing what it did to make them addicted in the first place. The point here is this - The user is aware of these and wants to be normal again Drug addiction =Source of many problems, and overall is the DESTROYER of life for many. BUT No one has ever tried dealing with a DEPENDENCY of a drug that is not the DESTROYER of life as it is to others, but actually CREATES a life, and this one life is to forever revolve around the drug that is essential for them to have - Suggest that a child was put on a drug very young, all the way to adulthood....Its strange that this medication that was there with them every step of the way, helped choose every single choice, and over time it just became very clear that this is a unique situation - one persons death is anothers soul; Since the drug was there when major developments, it effected it somehow someway, sort of like its in the blood after exposure. The drug that shapes a life from cradle and because all developments were affected and over time the brain body and mind learned while under the spell of amphetamine, and whatever happens while under the spell is non-existant having no gained benefit from it unless under the spell, and for 30 years the drug has become just as needed as a skeleton.