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I Wish I Did More Drugs

On Xanax, COVID and lectures from strangers.

[Disclaimer: What follows is *not* medical advice. I am not a doctor. This is a personal account of addiction, unfiltered and unbiased.]

It never fails. Every time I talk about drugs or medicine, some well-meaning goomba busts into…

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Essayist and storyteller on life, liberty and the battle for happiness. Several million served. Words at Human Parts, Forge and PS I Love You. IG: heygorman

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Essayist and storyteller on life, liberty and the battle for happiness. Several million served. Words at Human Parts, Forge and PS I Love You. IG: heygorman

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