LSD and Me
The Truth According to My Experience
By C.Y. Dillon
Copyright ©2010 Carma Yvonne Dillon. All Rights Reserved.
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like someone who is a little crazy but coming from a good place.
I think scars are sexy because it means you made
mistake that led to a mess.”
From the Author
I believe with all my heart that the best thing a parent can do is be honest with their teenager when it comes to scientific facts about drugs. For example, when I was a teen the movie “Reefer Madness” was a popular cult film that we laughed at because it was ridiculous propaganda—we knew that it was because we had tried marijuana before we saw it. The danger in lying about the danger of some chemicals is that when a child finds out you lied to them about one, they do not trust what you said about the other. Marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol. That’s a scientific fact. Alcohol is a depressant and physically addictive. People who are drunk get violent far more frequently than people who get stoned. I have not smoked pot in a very long time and do not care for the feeling of being under the influence of marijuana, so I am not advocating its use, merely stating a fact. Alcohol is more dangerous than marijuana. As for LSD, it is non-addictive and under the right circumstances, if a person has a strong mind and body, it is nothing to fear.