A prescription to antidepressant drugs turned a young man's grief-induced depression into years of anxiety, disconnected thoughts and suicide ideations.
A military veteran shares his experience of how psychiatric drugs were causing irreparable harm and leading him on a path to death.
Disability, Addiction, and the Job Hunt: How to Reenter the Workforce After Extended Unemployment By Rufus Carter Life throws us a lot of curveballs. Sometimes, those curveballs stack up and leave us in a rut that feels impossible to escape. If you're seeking to reenter the workforce after dealing with addiction or being
Benzo Withdrawal: Why Don't Doctors Know? By Rebecca Belschner, FNP This question runs through the head of so many who have experienced benzodiazepine withdrawal: “Why? Why doesn’t my doctor/provider know what is happening to me? Why does he/she disregard that I do know what is happening to me? Why do they refuse to confirm
The Breaking Point: One Woman's Story By Michele Waterman April 22, 2018 My story isn’t unique. I’m one of many millions of Americans that bought into an unproven theory that depression and anxiety are caused by unbalanced brain chemistry. After taking psych meds for sixteen years, I can honestly say I’ve given traditional
The Opposite of Addiction is Connection What if everything we've thought about addiction is invalid. Check out this video in which Johann Hart studies addiction and concludes that we’ve got it wrong. He cites a fascinating study where researchers put two water bottles in a rat’s cage, one with plain water and