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They only ever make me feel drugged and disoriented and dizzy. They steal my emotions and turn me into a zombie. I feel better after eating a few cookies than I do after 4-5 months on the "medicine". I'm stopping them. Just called my doc and left her a message telling her I'm not taking them any more. That is some messed up **** they are prescribing.
Transluminal2010 Transluminal2010 41-45, M 7 Answers Jul 6 in Health

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Psychiatry is a sham pseudoscience invented by Zionist quacks.

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They prescribe meds without even understanding how they work or what they do to people. They just want us all drugged out and easy to manipulate. I'm sick and tired of it all.

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In the long run they make things worse. You are making a wise choice. <br />
http://chriskresser.com/the-dark-side-of-antidepressants

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Thanks for sharing this. I can relate to a lot of what it mentions. I fear that I may have suffered some permanent damage already from being on them for over 10 years. The only thing I can do is stop them now before they can do anything else to me.

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I've worked in the world of psychiatrists on two different occasions. There are some really good ones who are level-headed about medications. I hate to say that there are too many psychiatrists out there who just don't get it. Would I be too pushy if I suggested that you try another psychiatrist? I like down to earth shrinks who did not graduate from big-shot medical schools.

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ask your doctor for something else

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No. I've tried enough meds and they all have bad effects. I'm going to get off and maybe try something natural like St. John's wort. The prescription meds are just wrong and dangerous.

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i take st johns wort

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So it does work?

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it keeps me calm and helps me sleep

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And do you still feel like yourself? Not an emotionless zombie?

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yes

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Good. That's what I need. I'll try that. Thanks!

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K...millions would disagree but okay.

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I've been on different meds for over 10 years and they all do the same. I would rather be bipolar and deal with the ups and downs than feel the way I do right now.

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