Thoughts of Suicide

George A. Yesthal

“Ask your doctor if adding Abilify is right for you. Call your doctor if your depression worsens or you have unusual changes in mood, behavior or thoughts of suicide. Antidepressants can increase these in children, teens and young adults. Elderly patients taking Abilify have an increased risk of death or stroke.” So who does that leave? Middle aged people, 50% of whom are going through a midlife crisis. In a court of law this would be accounted enough evidence to get someone locked up at the very least. Does anyone see the ironic humor in this? How does a drug like this come to be on the market? Because there is slight chance that it may stop someone from crying once in a while or curtail erratic behavior? Is it worth it to put someone in the path of all these risks to get them to stop picking their nose at the table?

“Call your doctor if depression worsens or if you have unusual changes in mood, behavior or thoughts of suicide.” Look at the behavior patterns of the people they are prescribing to. I think that if you are among these, thoughts of suicide are very likely to be coupled with OCD in which case they are very likely to act impulsively, in which case, the next call placed from their phone number is very likely to be to the coroner as to their doctor.

Doesn’t this seem like an extremely glib and careless statement? If this drug can in any way, shape or form exacerbate the risk of such an occurrence shouldn’t it be as illegal as…hmm, let’s see…marijuana? Which, incidentally, is proven to be safe and effective in treating such symptoms. Oh, the irony.

This is not funny but the fallibility of man’s capacity to see simple truths, is.

Those of you who know me know that I would much rather spend time tearing down the EVILS of the world than spend time extolling the virtues of any given subject, person or product. There is a notable exception and I mention it here because of what I believe to be the horrific seriousness of this commentary. There is a very powerful product on the market today that can remove the chains of psychotropic drugs. This may not be the answer for everyone but I will stand on my judgment that it will unequivocally work for most and it is a %100 natural herbal product. It is called Blissful Spirit . It is a tincture. It can be acquired at www.myhealingpath.com. I urge anyone suffering from psychological and/or emotional problems to give this marvelous elixir a try.

Or a good Irish whiskey.

Thoughts of Suicide

George Yesthal

Brodheadsville, United States

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