Many lives have been harmed by psychiatry. Too many people have been abused, sickened, disabled (and died too) by psychiatry and no one takes responsibility for it and most of society refuses to acknowledge it's happening. It's time to end such treatment and trauma. Psychiatric drugs cover up pre-existing trauma and then deeply ingrain that... Continue Reading →
Psych drugs harm. Let’s get high profile MDs and celebrities – spreading the message
There are quite a few relatively mainstream doctors now talking about the harms of benzodiazepines and anti-depressants on social media. As usual other psychiatric drugs (neuroleptics, anti-convulsants, -- called anti-psychotics and mood stabilizers, etc) are given short shrift. This is about informed consent. If people don't know about the very serious potential risks involved in... Continue Reading →
Psychiatric abuse is like domestic violence…
Once the sensitive becomes aware and conscious of the coercion it ceases to be subtle...it becomes obvious blatant violence against the soul of humanity and that is when things get really tricky. How to escape the abuse? When all of society is telling you you need it? Psychiatric abuse is very much like domestic violence except with domestic violence there is large sectors of society now that that acknowledge it's very real... ...
Bipolar: contemplation about the psych label
I am life. I am psychedelic. I am kaleidoscopic. I am conscious. I am aware. I am silence. I am chaos. The term bipolar *disorder* attempts to diminish. Two poles? In a world of endless spectrums all interlacing into oneness? What nonsense. The term bipolar is attached to people like me. We frighten those "treating" us. We are sensitive, open, people in need of shamanic-like guidance.
(Psych) Drug induced dementia — higher rates of Alzheimer’s too
This is not the first time psych drugs have been linked to dementia, but it's certainly not something we hear about often enough. With an aging generation of people who've been on psych meds for their entire adult lives it's an issue that needs to be faced. It's yet another serious adverse effect that psychiatric drugs can cause. In this current NBC piece they are speaking only about benzodiazepines. All psych drugs have been associated with various sorts of mental decline, however. … [click on title to read and view more]
Psychiatric Epidemic – Part 2: The Scope of the Epidemic
These videos are great way to revisit or be introduced to Robert Whitaker’s work. This is a talk he delivered in Denmark. Pass it on! In Part 2, Whitaker digs down deep into the research pertaining to psychiatric medication and demonstrates quite clearly that the studies paint a very different picture that the prevalent common wisdom of the day. What is the reason for this discrepancy? Misinformation? Disinformation? … [click on title for the rest of the post]
Tips, hope and transformation during psych drug withdrawal
Laura's been there and she knows. LEARNING HOW TO BE IN IT -- her relationship to the unknown. Thanks for sharing your journey with us Laura. This video offers tips, suggestions, and hope for those in psychiatric drug withdrawal from ex-"Bipolar" patient and psychiatric liberation writer and activist, Laura Delano. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
From the protest at the American Psychiatric Association
Mental health advocate Leah Harris speaks at MindFreedom’s 2014 annual protest of the American Psychiatric Association in NYC. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
People can now be forcibly drugged in their own homes in every state in the country.
The out patient forced treatment bill passed...people can now be forcibly drugged in their own homes in every state in the country. What tragedy befalls us. This is dangerous legislation. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
Ten Myths about Depression and Psycho-Pharmacology
Myth 1: Your disease is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain Myth 2: It’s no problem to stop treatment with antidepressants Myth 3: Psychotropic Drugs for Mental Illness are like Insulin for Diabetes Myth 4: Psychotropic drugs reduce the number of chronically ill patients Myth 5: Happy pills do not cause suicide in children and adolescents … [click on title for the rest of the post]
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