These painful feelings, regrets, this fear of death. I remember feeling very cold for a long time. I was shivering, even though I was sweating. It was a mental coldness, I think, a memory of neglect.—Patient Peter recalling his experience of assisted therapy in grappling with “end-of-life anxiety.” From LSD, Reconsidered for Therapy in the NY Times.
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