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Joshua Lyon was no stranger to substance abuse. By the time he was seventeen, he had already found sanctuary in pot, cocaine, and Ecstasy-just to name a few. Ten years later, while on assignment for Jane magazine, he found himself with a bottle of Vicodin and a decision: dispose of the bottle or give in to his curiosity. He chose the latter and found his perfect drug.
Joshua Lyon is a journalist who has worked for several major publications, including Interview. Cond Nast Traveler V Life and Jane. Joshua lives in New York City. This is his first book.
Table of Contents
|The How, the Why, and Let's Get High||p. 1|
|˘I Want Total Sensory Deprivation and Backup Drugs÷||p. 13|
|˘I Meant for You to Take One or Two-Not the Whole Thing!÷||p. 25|
|˘I Couldn't Imagine Ever Not Doing Them÷||p. 43|
|˘Depression Hurts÷||p. 53|
|˘Remember Valley of the Dolls?÷||p. 63|
|˘It Was the Worst Week of My Life÷||p. 73|
|˘Are We Being Irresponsible?÷||p. 83|
|Heather Hits Rehab||p. 109|
|Fight or Flight||p. 123|
|How to Destroy a Doctor||p. 133|
|Jared's Turn||p. 143|
|Hunting and Shutting Down||p. 149|
|Horror Hospital||p. 177|
|˘All of This Foam Came Out of My Son's Mouth÷||p. 187|
|Escape to (and in) the Midwest||p. 199|
|Harm Reduction and the Future of Painkiller Abuse||p. 213|
|˘Boredom Is God÷||p. 221|
|One Year Later||p. 231|
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