LSD and Me
by C.Y. Dillon
Many parents worry about their teens getting seduced by drug users who want to pay for their habit by dealing small quantities. It's a common social concern. The author offers this short segment of her memoirs separately to inform curious teens that LSD and other drugs are not all their hyped up to be, and that creativity is not dependent on drugs, but can actually be ruined by drugs.
If you purchase the author's ebook "Memoirs of a Remarkable Survivor" or "Don't Mess With Carma", this experience is also included in those compilations.
Written for parents, counselors, teachers, and teens who are thinking about trying drugs. A word of advice: just don't.
As the writer of a highly imaginative series (Higher Natures, published under Carma Chan), the author has often been asked if she was smoking something. It is an unfortunate fact that many people associate drugs with enhancing creativity. The opposite has been the author's experience. Marijuana and LSD were vastly disappointing and a waste of time and money, not to mention a huge risk for life-changing troubles due to compromised judgment!
- C.Y. Dillon, April 2012
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