Ms Ingalla says she’s taking lexapro. Reports variously associate or conclude lexapro use is associated with dementia, tardive syndromes, traumatic brain injuries, weight gain, sexual dysfunction and on it goes. However, as one Mad in America essayist misconstrued, the incovenient truth is that some people claim high voltage impacts on the brain (for example) do feel just right. The issue is far more complicated than an essay could ever hope to impress, or confuse readers with. Ms Ingalla is motivated and intelligent and is running what appears to be a successful business. I see no indication or concern about poverty anywhere. Poverty greatly upsets anyones mental health. Much worse is the orchestrated denial that it exists along with its deliberate creation. Instead we hear a constant refrain about social justice when people are homeless and can’t pay the rent much less their mortgages. A thoughtful or caring mental health worker presumably understands these dynamics in the economy and it would be in the domain of their care. Realize (for example) that hedge fund managers and venture capitalists or defense contractors in Arizona aren’t apart from the poverty and desperation in the country but are direct causes of so-called mental health casualties. Instead Ms Ingalla has appointed her web page with diagnosis, care for sexual preferences, immigrants and refugees. Very popular and nothing objectionable. We’re all against racism, sexism, violence, and for human rights. We see the lies of omission too.