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A Really Good Day A Really Good Day Pdf Author Ayelet Waldman Vinoschilenos.eu 7 Hrs And 37 MinsA Revealing, Courageous, Fascinating, And Funny Account Of The Author S Experiment With Microdoses Of LSD In An Effort To Treat A Debilitating Mood Disorder, Of Her Quest To Understand A Misunderstood Drug, And Of Her Search For A Really Good Day When A Small Vial Arrives In Her Mailbox From Lewis Carroll, Ayelet Waldman Is At A Low Point Her Mood Storms Have Become Intolerably Severe She Has Tried Nearly Every Medication Possible Her Husband And Children Are Suffering With Her So She Opens The Vial, Places Two Drops On Her Tongue, And Joins The Ranks Of An Underground But Increasingly Vocal Group Of Scientists And Civilians Successfully Using Therapeutic Microdoses Of LSD As Waldman Charts Her Experience Over The Course Of A Month Bursts Of Productivity, Sleepless Nights, A Newfound Sense Of Equanimity She Also Explores The History And Mythology Of LSD, The Cutting Edge Research Into The Drug, And The Byzantine Policies That Control It Drawing On Her Experience As A Federal Public Defender, And As The Mother Of Teenagers, And Her Research Into The Therapeutic Value Of Psychedelics, Waldman Has Produced A Book That Is Eye Opening, Often Hilarious, And Utterly Enthralling.

10 thoughts on “A Really Good Day

  1. says:

    3.5 I first heard about microdosing on the radio My commute to work is relatively short so I tend to listen to news radio Especially since the election I tend to avoid the news of TV, which seems to be full of he who shall remain unnamed, so the radio fills this news gap nicely They were discussing how microdosing is helping those who are dying, anyway when I saw this book I was interested enough to want to read further into the

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    I will admit that I initially picked this up because I wanted some gossip about Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon s marriage, and I have to hand it to her Ayelet was pretty forthcoming in that regard What I wasn t expecting was that the personal tales of marriage, mental health, and microdosing would be interwoven with so muchgeneral drug related information At first I wasn t too enthused when Waldman went from discussing her own pers

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    Take an over medicated, moody, middle aged mother of four, add a month of experimental microdosing with LSD and it makes for A Really Good Day by Ayelet Waldman This mesmerizing memoir of mental exploration tackles the taboo topic of drug use in our society, the frightening rise of prescription pills and the devastating addictions developing during the War on Drugs A rollicking ride through the realm of self realization, Waldman s creative

  4. says:

    I debated between 4 and 5 stars I enjoyed this book very much Ayelet Waldman s quest for a better mood, less volatility, and a happier existence overall rivals any self help book I ve encountered I m not sure if it s because we are the same age, because we are equally neurotic, because we have both lived with PMDD, but her unflinching and often funny voice resonated a lot with me For example, the part when she thinks her daughter has gotten a n

  5. says:

    This book is a very readable and occasionally very funny account of the author s month long experiment with microdosing with LSD in an attempt to alleviate her mood swings originally diagnosed as bipolar and later as...

  6. says:

    I love Ayelet Waldman and her nonfiction is especially incredible She writes with so much unflinching honesty that it s hard not to rally behind her, no matter what she s writing about Waldman suffers from bipolar disorder and this new book outlines her thirty day experiment taking microdoses of LSD in lieu of pharmaceuticals She combines personal stories with statistics, so the book is a blend of memoir and a well researched challenge of the war on drug

  7. says:

    I totally want to try the protocol Also a really interesting peek into the war on drugs, the history of drug use, and research about drug safety More robust review to come.My Netgalley review A fascinating story of the war on drugs, the history of drug use and criminalization, and a suburban woman s self experimentation I particularly loved her struggles with how to talk about drugs with her children, and Waldman lets you in on her inner monologue extraordina

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    I d have to macrodose to read muchof this woman whine Reading about how microsdosing lsd has been a tremendous aid to her is fine for a Rolling Stone article, but stretched out into book form only meant spendingtime with a woman who bares her neurot...

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    What lengths would you go to feel better Celebrated author Ayelet Waldman, describes in detail her battle with a crippling mood disorder and how current medications have failed her Waldman describes in a humorous, down to earth narrative how she discovered microdosing, or the use of LSD in therapeutic microdoses, doses so tiny that there are no perceptual changes no tripping Readers will decide for themselves if the LSD helps Ayelet with her mood disorders, and will al

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    Talk about a book not matching its reviews I think maybe a dose of something was required whilst reading Waldman is a self indulgent, navel gazing, whiner I realize this is a memoir of sorts, but the way she over analyzes every single tiny feeling she is having, as if she is a new mother in awe of her newborn, is beyond annoying Then to have her tell us, essentially, that meth has gotten a bad rapuh thanks for the insight honey, I m sure Walter White appreciates it.I dislik

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