Smoking Addiction and Climate Change: Denial, Resignation, and Responsibility

By Edward D. Levin, Ph.D., Duke University   Cigarette smokers often show a maladaptive progression from denial to resignation. When they are young, they deny that smoking will kill them, or alternatively they say that they can stop soon enough to avoid the illnesses caused by smoking. In either case, they assume that smoking-induced disease and … Continue reading Smoking Addiction and Climate Change: Denial, Resignation, and Responsibility