The ongoing expansion of our knowledge of chemistry, of physics and of biology should be the holy grail that we look to to make all of us better.
Yet as an overlay to this ideal notion of pure science there are the prejudices, constrains, shames, and social covenants, which to some seem more important than truth.
Author, lawyer and mother Ayelet Waldman recently threw off those constraints to use science and chemistry to make her life better. She shares that story in A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life.
My conversation with Ayelet Waldman: