Good books about drugs and love
Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships | Brian D. Earp and Julian SavulescuMore books everyone should read before they go to that great rehab in the sky. As a little girl, Amy Jo was a regular at dives and clubs many adults might have thought twice about stepping into. She and her dad lived at St. Francis Hotel, a Hollywood flophouse frequented by junkies, prostitutes, porn dogs, washed-up show-biz losers and the odd one-eyed dwarf. Much has been written about the Hollywood that made movies in the '60s and '70s. What Low Down lays bare is anti-glamorous Hollywood, the infernal wasteland none but the doomed have to negotiate. Joe Albany might have been a jazz giant, but he mainlined his way to the status of brilliant footnote.
Sex and drugs, love and Elvis
Make Your Own List. Everything we have been told about drugs and drug addiction and how society should deal with them is wrong, says the British author and journalist Johann Hari. He chooses the best books on the War on Drugs. Interview by Nigel Warburton. The war on drugs is a government policy that began exactly a hundred years ago in the United States and Britain. Why did we go to war against drug users and addicts a hundred years ago?
January pages. Is there a pill for love? What about an "anti-love drug", to help us get over an ex? This book argues that certain psychoactive substances, including MDMA—the active ingredient in Ecstasy—may help ordinary couples work through relationship difficulties and strengthen their connection. Others may help sever an emotional connection during a breakup.