Anti-depressants: “I’ve Lost My Identity and Who I Am”

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From BBC: Mad in America Radio Host and Program Director James Moore speaks about the impact that antidepressant withdrawal has had on his life.

“The 46-year-old has suffered insomnia, panic, nausea, shaking spells and anxiety during the three times he has tried to come off anti-depressants.

‘It has been a huge personal cost to me,’ said the married father-of-one from Rogiet in Monmouthshire.

‘I feel like I’m in the middle of a marathon and I really don’t know whether I’m going to get to the end and over the finish line intact or not.'”

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