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Ember35794 karma

I have a success story for you. My sister was on a work study program at her school to become a dental hygenist. She was raising two kids after divorce and back in school to try to make a better life. She accepted food stamps for her time in school and fed her kids with them. She could not have done it without assistance. She has since held a job continuously and paid her taxes regularly. She makes a good wage because of her ability to get some help when she needed it.

Ember35777 karma

Honestly, I'm a little obsessed with Benedict Cumberbatch.

It's okay. We all are.

Ember35775 karma

20 Years ago hallucinogenics were my drug of choice. With proper preparation: a place, a partner, a plan of play and no work the next day, I and my mates always had a lovely time. I credit my experience especially with Mushrooms with opening my mind to the interconnectedness of humanity. It made me a more compassionate person I think. I credit my LSD use with allowing me to re-qualify past events so that they took on a more objective and less emotional base in my mind. I was able to psychologically distance myself from some negative influences from my child hood. I resent the resistance to using these tools to help the soft science of psychology make in roads with PTSD and depression. Like anything that changes a person, controls must be put in place. What do you see as the most important control factor in your studies?

Ember35756 karma

How about PugHusher, just to be safe.

Ember35723 karma

What was the worst moment? What was the best?