We live in an addiction-prone culture filled with many invitations to become addicted. Magazine and television advertisements are full of promises of a quick fix (they say cure) from many physical, mental or emotional discomforts. I am not denying the need for medications for real pain, clinical depression or other mental health disorders. The problem with the advertisements we are inundated with today is that they are all about a quick fix for an everyday headache that could be remedied by some deep breathing, or a quick fix for feeling low that could be remedied by tears of loss. We are also bombarded with quick fixes for happiness from a fast weight loss program to the elation of looking a certain way or owning a certain item.