Thank you Lisa, and thanks to Marcello, for both of you having the determination to increase knowledge and awareness of the tragedy of AKATHISIA, and its vulnerability to be misdiagnosed as ‘serious mental illnesses’ such as psychotic depression; leading to further exposure to AKATHISIA inducing prescription drugs. I found your narrative painful to read having lost a beautiful and charismatic young adult ‘child’ to serially misdiagnosed AKATHISIA, and multiple long term adverse drug reactions. Despite great courage, resilience and much recovery (supported by an expert who confirmed that there was never any ‘mental illness’), we still miss and grieve for the joy of the wonderful person that was there before the cascade of drugging. AKATHISIA has been increasingly reported as a serious adverse drug reaction which has been known for over thirty years. It has been repeatedly published that, in drug trials, AKATHISIA has been coded as ‘Hyperkinesis’, ‘Emotional Lability’, ‘Nervousness’, ‘anxiety’, ‘agitation’ et al — Thus diluting the signal of a serious adverse drug reaction. I am re-reading “Prescription for Sorrow” by Patrick D. Hahn. Samizdat Health. It adds to my understanding of the AKATHISIA tragedy, as do all of the books from Samizdat Health.