Ayelet Waldman: A Healthy Dose Of Lsd

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Author Ayelet Waldman (Bad Mother) is known for being brutally honest. In 2005, she opened herself up to widespread criticism when she admitted in her Modern Love essay in The New York Times that she loved her husband more than she did her four children. Now, in A Really Good Day, Waldman describes the experience of using microdoses of LSD to treat a debilitating mood disorder. Having tried nearly every medication possible, Waldman was miserable and her husband and children were suffering with her. In desperation, she made the choice to join the underground but increasingly vocal group of scientists and civilians who are “microdosing.” Charting her experience over the course of a month, including bursts of productivity, sleepless nights, a newfound sense of equanimity, she also explores the history and mythology and the cutting-edge research around LSD. Drawing on her experience as a federal public defender and mother of teenagers, Waldman provides a characteristically forthcoming and distinctive perspective on this experience.
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