Top 10 posts from Beyond Meds 2015 (and the top ten from all time too)

I generally find numbered lists annoying but this is one I do every year. I do find the end of year stats interesting and it seems fair enough to share some of them with the readers of this blog without whom there would be no stats.

I continue to be pleased to know this blog is being used as the resource I’d hoped it would become. Most of the highest trafficked posts are collections from the archives which allow people to peruse by subject matter. They’re listed beneath this years top posts. They’re also always readily available from the drop down menus at the very top of the blog along with a lot of other collections from the archives.

Thanks to all my many readers all over the world for your ongoing support and for your commitment to becoming who you are meant to be in a world that makes it very difficult for us to do that. We all need each other to do that. That we might heal not just ourselves but our families, communities and our planet.

Perhaps some of these posts will be new to you. Enjoy.

Happy Holidays.

  1. Psychiatry ignores trauma says Dr. Bessel van der Kolk

  2. How antidepressants (and benzos) ruined my life: Luke Montagu

  3. Mutiny of the Soul – by Charles Eisenstein

  4. The apex and decline of evidence-based psychotherapy and psychiatry – by Brent Potter

  5. The Brain’s Way of Healing: Discoveries from Frontiers of Neuroplasticity — Featuring the work of Norman Doidge

  6. Stimulate your vagus nerve and thus chill out: simple, natural, uninvasive methods

  7. It Gets Better: the series – about recovery from psychiatric drug withdrawal syndrome

  8. There is a drive to not only survive but to thrive: coming back from trauma

  9. Food sensitivities, histamine and mast cell activation syndrome

  10. To my friends and readers who take psych drugs (and to everyone on and off meds too)

The top 10 from all the over 5000 posts on the site are below. These are old posts that simply get traffic every single day now and in some cases have been getting daily traffic for several years. That’s pretty cool since most of them are carrying really important information that need to be more broadly understood. A lot of them beat out the new posts in traffic simply because they get traffic every day and in general most posts fizzle out traffic wise after a few days to a week…

The Lamictal post has been the number one post every year since it was posted in 2007. This year however a post from 2013 that feature the work of Gabor Mate got the number one place for the year. The post about Lamictal was number two.

  1. Mental illness, addiction & most chronic illness is linked to childhood loss & trauma  — featuring the work of Gabor Mate

  2. Lamictal (lamotrigine) withdrawal from hell

  3. Chemical imbalance myth takes a big public fall

  4. Psychiatric drug withdrawal and protracted withdrawal syndrome round-up

  5. Carl Jung’s Words of Advice for the Depressed – by Jason E. Smith

  6. Drug free healing from depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia, etc…

  7. Benzodiazepine info, news, resources and recovery stories

  8. Mental health and diet: nutrition and gut health

  9. Finnish Open Dialogue: High recovery rates leave many psychiatric beds empty – By Daniel Mackler

  10. About Beyond Meds

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