The magazine Psychology Today published an article on its blog. The name of the article is Mad In America. Here is a brief excerpt:
There has been an enduring controversy over whether psychiatric medications can trigger violent actions toward others. A review of the FDA's Adverse Event Reporting System by Thomas Moore, Joseph Glenmullen and Curt Furberg, which was published by PLoS One on December 15, found that such "adverse events" are indeed associated with antidepressants and several other types of psychotropic medications.
How long have these "adverse events" been ongoing, one asks? For decades, I answer. Is there an overwhelming amount of evidence to this, one asks? Yes, and only now do we see Psychology Today overtly questioning the safety of these drugs.
To be honest, I don't read Psychology Today. So, I can't really say if they have written article after article exposing the insidious and growing destruction caused by the anti-depressant industry. I'll take a stab and say their magazine is not the best place for one to find out about the hidden terrors of these drugs.
But one should give credit where and when it's due. Thank you Psychology Today for coming out and saying something millions of Americans are finding out every day, with thousands of families having been destroyed by the "adverse events" that come with anti-depressants.
Psychology Today, you could and should now ask the following question:
What ACTUAL science is behind the anti-depressant industry?
This video will help jump start your efforts (these are from Psychiatrists directly)...