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Supporting the use of psychiatric drugs that cause a person devastating harm, is INSANE and UNSAFE! by Initially NO

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Supporting the use of psychiatric drugs that cause a person devastating harm, is INSANE and UNSAFE! by 

If you are suffering the devastating effects of psychiatric drugs, it isn’t good when doctors and media Mental Health advisors, such as SANE Australia, deny that reality. The effects of these drugs are horrific and publically listed on the drug’s site, for legal reasons.

Denying reality, is a very dangerous practice. It is insane and unsafe to do this to people who are suffering the torturous effects of forced-drugging via psychiatrists. It also makes people extremely angry.Trauma and its effects are not a disease. No mental illness has been any where near proven to be herditary. And people do recover.Your diagnosis does not have to be not a life long illness. People just need support. People also need for the traumatic torturous ‘care’ of psychiatry to be recognised.

If you’re having these effects and decide you want to stop taking that drug, you MUST do it VERY, VERY SLOWLY. The withdrawal effects can be really dangerous. It is best to taper it, under supervision of an understanding doctor, who can prescribe you smaller and smaller doses. NEVER go off psychiatric drugs quickly, believe me, when I didn’t know that, I tried and it was horrible.

If you like the drugs, that’s where you’re at. I’m fine with people be allowed to make choices. I’m not happy however with the squashing of the voices of people who are not happy with psychiatric drugs. It is false to claim voices of protestors make others unsafe. It is very unsafe indeed to say on a drug that is causing you harm. So many drugs are linked to suicide.

Initially NO enjoys reading poems in pubs and other venues around Melbourne and will be running West Word in Footscray this year. A poetry group that meets at the Dancing Dog cafe 2pm every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month.
She also enjoys painting and music and has produced several books available on internet book sites like createspace.

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