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3 COMMENTS

  1. Yes, the fact I did NOT take the advice of my psychologist to “give up all your activities and concentrate on the meds,” and thus I continued to do all my activities and added more, is what saved me too. I thought it very odd the “mental health professionals” do not know human interaction is a good thing. I also found it odd today’s “mental health professionals” don’t know defaming a woman to her husband, will have detrimental effects on their marriage, of course it does.

    And another piece of advice, if the “mental health professionals” will stop force drugging people with the antipsychotics, which are notorious for rapid weight gain, our society would have a lot less “obesity” problems. But the “mental health professionals” should also be educated as to the fact exercise is a good thing, not a bad thing, as they currently believe.