Many Americans are still living in a state of fear. It’s an addiction, really.

My second book, Freedom From Fear: A 12 Step Guide to Personal and National Recovery, offers a solution.

Here’s what Dr. Peter McCullough has to say about Freedom From Fear:

After the United States of Fear, there is a new sheriff in town—Dr. Mark McDonald who is going straight after the problem itself—fear. As if he has walked into a saloon, but instead of row of drunks, all the patrons are addicted to fear and huddled together, joyless, and pensive. Using well-constructed brief narratives of prototypical vignettes, McDonald throws a lasso around the problem of fear addition fueled by others who are in the same grip, and constructively navigates our return into the real world. First up on the list of perps is the “dealer” at the table of fear—the media. Turning off the constant flow of fear-porn and propaganda allows us to begin to think for ourselves and recognize the harm fear can do in our lives. Breaking this bondage is liberating, allowing us to care for others in earnest, including their wellbeing, with personal decisions such as vaccination. McDonald shoots bullets of truth around humor and shows us how to be bold, relentless, and fearless in our pursuit to restore normalcy. With McDonald’s practical approach, we can leave the United States of Fear and restore our country that was founded by some of the most intrepid men and women of all time. Freedom from Fear is a page-turner, drawing us closer to reality with each readily recognizable scene. Now we can constructively and collectively break the addiction of fear and resume life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

—Peter McCullough, MD, co-author of Courage to Face COVID-19: Preventing Hospitalization and Death while Battling the Biopharmaceutical Complex