I would like to point out that there are some statements in this article that are either attributed to me that I did not say or that might erroneously be assumed that I that said but did not. 1. I did not say that I didn’t find antidepressants particularly helpful. What I said is I can’t tell if they worked for me or not as each time I started antidepressants I also pulled back from overwork in high stress environments. Where the change in my work conditions might well have allowed me to improve. In fact I think this is likely as I often saw major improvement in my symptoms within 2-3 days. This doesn’t mean that the antidepressants weren’t helpful over a longer time. You simply can’t tell in any individual patient in the vast majority of cases (including yourself), and because of the high percentage of people who improve without drug which means that most people on antidepressants would have improved anyway. 2. Regarding akathesia and suicide. Although people claim this and it’s possible that it may be true. The signals I saw of suicide and suicidality with antipsychotics did not include any evidence of akathesia and it’s entirely conceivable that akathesia and suicide may be completely unrelated. In other words I simply don’t know and I’m not claiming that they are related or not. There may be other things in the article I disagree with but I’m not going to go through everything now.