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Re: Young people on SSRI's commit more crimes? Hello321

Posted by SLS on September 21, 2015, at 8:53:43

In reply to Re: Young people on SSRI's commit more crimes?, posted by Hello321 on September 21, 2015, at 7:32:41

I find your verbiage to be less than respectful.

I've been in the "game" for over 30 years. Please don't intimate that I am somehow naive. You seem to believe that you have a monopoly on some truth. You don't. I have worked as a patient. I have worked as a research assistant to doctors. I have been a research patient at the NIMH. I researched and began writing a paper that was a critique of FDA practices 30 years ago. I have been seen by doctors from major university hospitals. I was one of the first to have a PET scan performed on his brain. I have tried almost 10 experimental drugs that you will never know about. I have followed compounds developed from synthesis to FDA approval. Family members work for pharmaceutical companies in their clinical trials and drug development divisions. There's more, but that should be enough. I've done a lot of reading and picked a lot of brains along the way. I may not be as smart as you, but I might be more experienced than you. I wouldn't know.

I pleaded with members of the Psycho-Babble community in 2000 that they become aware of the potential of Prozac and other drugs to induce suicidal states. Your epiphanies are new for you, but not for me. You assume too much about the people here; that they are somehow "behind" you in knowledge and perspective. It looks to me like the opposite is true. Most of us do indeed recognize the capacities of drugs to make things worse instead of better. My illness is so bad, that I would drink elephant piss with a beer chaser if it meant being cured.

With all due respect, you don't know what I know - and what I don't know.

Don't be so judgmental of the capacity of others to make brilliant observations and well-informed, insightful decisions.

- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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