Guilt Makes It More Pleasurable!

7 Dec
Dear Readers,

Once again…new research…heard before 6 AM.
We have this joke in my family that goes something like this, if you say it loud enough it must be true And in this case if I heard it early enough it must make it true! This one I am not doubting is true, I am just wondering why it was not as obvious as the nose on my face and why people spent time and money researching this one????
But here goes nothing, and I do mean nothing….
New research proved that chocolate was more pleasurable to those who felt guilty about eating it then those who had no guilt.
Isn’t that what every adulterous affair is all about? Guilty pleasures?
Isn’t that what underage drinking is all about?…Guilty pleasures? 
I have even heard kids say after turning 21 that they drink half as much because now that it’s legal it’s no fun anymore!
Isn’t that what the Bible calls the Forbidden Fruit? Guilty pleasures?
I think the research should have been on why so many adults derive pleasure from guilt. Why they go for narcissistic highs filled with excuses instead of sustainable healthy choices of happiness.
And hence It leads me to believe that this research only confirms… those who find more pleasure out of doing something that is harmful to themselves and/or to others is missing a key component to their conscience (with teenagers/children it is more age appropriate), But for adults, they are lacking a developed adult conscience due to many unresolved issues. Their Super-ego dominations their decision process which is very appropriate for a six year old but completely dysfunctional for an adult. 
So with all that said…
I believe for those of you needing to get a thrill out of your guilt… please find yourself a therapist (a good one) to work towards resolving your issues! Do Not pass Go and Do Not collect two hundred dollars and for heavens sakes please Do Not continue the game!
Asklotta and staff will MIND YOUR BUSINESS today guilt free and very happy!
Again, it has been my pleasure to tell you what to do and what NOT to do!
Kindest regards,
President and CEO


2 Responses to “Guilt Makes It More Pleasurable!”

  1. Linda Alexander December 10, 2012 at 2:08 pm #

    Sound advice! Thank you…! But does this include shopping?

    • asklotta December 10, 2012 at 11:08 pm #

      Hahaha..I happen to be a guilt-free shopper!

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