What a breath of fresh air it was to read your interview! I am reading it a year
and a half later because I remain so busy documenting so many other tragic cases
like your own! Yet so grateful I am to learn that Dr. Breggin's book saved
your life and turned it around since his writing of the forward for my own book
on antidepressants was his motivation in writing the book you read.What a miracle that you were able to break that cycle of mass drugging in your
family and learn that you could get well! How I wish others knew that! But with
such a terrible withdrawal from these drugs when they can produce suicide and
psychosis in withdrawal if the withdrawal is too rapid it leads so many believe
they are getting worse. It is no wonder they do not escape the cycle. If only
they could understand how very slowly one must withdraw from these drugs in
order to escape their grasp! May this information you have shared
restore peace in the lives of many! Thank you for your example!
Hopes and dream, Man are they hard to give up. I liked what she think of her
self. She is her hopes and dream not the stuff around her. I am what I am said
Poppi the sailor man. Toot toot.
As I read this story she is saying that psychiatrist quacks had her life
programed out and destroyed while she was still a child, and I can believe this.
Psychiatrist believe no one can cure themselves and its pentameter. The fact is
everyone outside the psychiatric industry overcomes the same problems without
drug help and not worse for it.I have to laud her for giving up the
drugs and using her persoanl fortitude and reforging abilities to overcome the
depression the medical industry had her pegged and labeled. She right,
depression is the cause of most mental problems, chemical imbalance is not fatal
as the psychiatric community likes to make people believe. If they were to tell
their patients they had the power to cure themselves they would be out of a
job.Overcoming depression is a matter of focusing your mind and
energy on yourself and what you want. Think of yourself as deserving and past as
knowledge and wisdom to better ones self. Its learning that life is fragile,
unpredictable, and a gift for one.