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  1. I read this article without noticing who the author was, but was not surprised to find the author is Dr. George Simon. His articles are always spot on. I wish main stream media and people in general gave more attention to lapses in character development, including flirting when married or using drugs. I learned my lessons the hard way in 60+ years of living, but from much pain comes much growth. Very insightful article linking drug use and illicit sex with flaws in mental, behavioral and attitudinal health.

  2. sad that no one could confront him, as you said many are afraid of losing something beneficial to themselves, rather than that person losing their life. I quit drinking 32 years ago (at 25), I’ve stayed sober only because I know I’m the one responsible for it, no one else.

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