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How SSRI Depressants Can Ruin Love and Family Life

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Mrs. Marcus asked her reluctant husband to come to therapy with her. He had been taking Prozac for several months and considered himself a kind of poster boy for the drug. He often told his friends and acquitances how much it helped him and on one occasion had participated in a radio show with his psychiatrist to promote the drug.

As soon as he sat down in my office, it was obvious that Mr. Marcus was emotionally blunted and remote. He showed little expression and his voice lacked timbre [A sound of distinct pitch and quality: tonality, tone].

Your Thoughts are More Powerful Than Any Drug

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As an organic chemist with a major pharmaceutical company, he was on a good salary, developing a new generation of drugs by synthesising molecules found in nature. But Hamilton was never convinced that man could improve on nature, and instead was becoming more and more fascinated by the potential healing power of the mind. So, inspired by his body's ability to withstand heat during fire-walking, he began a quest to investigate the mysteries of the mind-body connection.

The Dangerous Side Effects of Anti-Anxiety Drugs and Sleeping Pills

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“It is more difficult to withdraw people from benzodiazepines than it is from heroin. With heroin usually the withdrawal is over within a week or so. Some of the tranquilizer groups can document people who have symptoms 10 years after stopping.” –Professor M. Lader, Psycho-pharmacology, Kings College, London.

“The benzodiazepines are probably the most addictive drugs ever created and the vast army of enthusiastic doctors who prescribed these drugs by the tonne have created the world’s largest drug addiction problem.” –Dr. Vernon Coleman.

How Big Pharma Became BIG

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In the 30's, Morris A. Bealle, a former city editor of the old Washington Times and Herald, was running a county seat newspaper, in which the local power company bought a large advertisement every week. This account took quite a lot of worry off Bealle's shoulders when the bills came due.

The Known and Unknown Consequences of Antidepressants

Michelle “Shelly” Hart, RN (Registered Nurse). Shelly was born in northern Pennsylvania in a small rural town of Lucinda. She initially studied at Pennsylvania State University in Clinical Psychiatry. She later transferred to Lima School of Nursing through Ohio State University where she graduated as an R.N (Registered Nurse). Shelly was a Cardiac Nurse for seven years before relocating to Seattle, Washington where she worked with the developmentally disabled.

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