Could Psilocybin Be the Answer to My Problems of Self-Isolating Behaviour and Negative Attitudes?

Question by Anon: Could psilocybin be the answer to my problems of self-isolating behaviour and negative attitudes?
I am a reclusive loner who by a combined process of bad decisions and excessive introspection, self-isolation and too much time with my own thoughts is trapped in situ with no real emotional connections with anyone. Is ordering some psyliocybin a bad idea in an effort to see past my current attitudes and limitations and start changing my life for the better? I have tripped once before when I was 17 and have obsessed about it ever since.
I am currently 23.

Best answer:

Answer by Aleksandr
Shrooming is fun but it won’t cure your problems. Plus, shrooming alone sucks.

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