Fear, Not

“She was nervous around unfamiliar men, and her house became a racket of threatening noises. The wind rustling in the curtains could keep her awake for hours. Nothing could dispel the dread that had overwhelmed her in that hotel room, when she was sure that she would die. “It was always there.'” But then, the fear that was always with Karin Klaver quite suddenly wasn’t. The New Republic’s Ben Crair on the single dose pill that could be a cure for fear.

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