The loss of pleasure receptors maximizes the obsessiveness of compensations

The addictiveness of compensations is proportional to the quantity and pleasurableness of the lost sensation. The loss of pain sensation, if such is possible, for instance, should not evoke unconscious compensations at all, not to speak obsession with them.

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