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In the final analysis, I think, God probably put it there so we could take some pleasure in him. Anything that has a computer chip in it is giving you a Type A thrill. On the other hand, there are Type B pleasures, which come from natural sources. Stop giving them gadgets and toys and interact with them socially instead. You provide them with pleasure that is infinitely more satisfying than the other. We will pay the price for that. OK Arch, what can we do about this? How can we start to unwrap ourselves from this anhedonia complex? There are several things you can do. First off, pursue the right sort of pleasure.
I think parents need to exercise some discipline here. We need to go back to doing things together as a family. Playing games together as a family, playing cards together as a family, taking picnics together as a family, things that—well, certainly in the United States—very few people do any more. The second thing that one can do is learn to appreciate the pleasure in little things. Anhedonia shuts down your capacity to experience those things and you really have to discipline yourself to experience it again.
Engage in activities that are less stimulating and more reflective. Tune back into nature; listen to the birds; pay attention to things around you. You know, it can take as long as it takes an addict to break their cocaine addiction. All of that has to normalise.