"In the hospital, we see addiction every day. It's shocking how many kinds of addiction exist. It would be too easy if it were just drugs and booze and cigarettes. I think the hardest part of kicking a habit is wanting to kick it.
I mean, we get addicted for a reason, right? Often, too often, things that start out as just a normal part of your life at some point cross the line to obsessive, compulsive, out of control. It's the high we're chasing, the high that makes everything else fade away."
[...]"The thing about addiction is it never ends well, because eventually,whatever it is that was getting us high stops feeling good and starts to hurt.Still, they say you don’t kick the habit until you hit rock bottom. But how doyou know when you’re there? Because no matter how badly a thing ishurting us... sometimes letting it go hurts even worse."
Segundo episódio da 4ª Temporada
"Doctors give patients a number of things. We give them medicine, we givethem advice and, most of the time, we give them our undivided attention.But, by far, the hardest thing you can give a patient is the truth. The truthis hard. The truth is awkward and very often the truth hurts. I mean, peoplethink they want the truth. But do they really?"
"The truth is painful. Deep down nobody wants to hear it, especially when ithits close to home. Sometimes we tell the truth because the truth is all wehave to give. Sometimes we tell the truth because we need to say it outloudto hear it for ourselves. And sometimes we tell the truth because we justcan't help ourselves. Sometimes, we tell them because we owe them at
least that much."
do 3º episódio.