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Lou's request-whunnahphul Twinleaf

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 24, 2012, at 5:04:34

In reply to For Scott, posted by Twinleaf on March 23, 2012, at 14:01:07

> I wanted to pause in a busy day to tell you how much genuine support and happiness your thoughts have given me.
>
> I also want to say that it is beyond thrilling that you are finding a solution to the severe depression which has plagued you for three decades. It is such a wonderful example to everyone - you never gave up through many, many complex medication trials and countless heartbreaking weak successes and severe failures. I do hope that, as you feel better, you will still post here. You have an incomparable knowledge of medications; even though I think I have an excellent pdoc, you definitely put him in the shade!
>
> I hope you live to 102, and feel 22 every single minute of it!

Tl,
You wrote,[...finding a solution to the severe depression which has plagued you for three decades. It is such a {wonderful example} to {everyone}...many many complex medication trials and countless heartbreaking weak successes and severe failures. You have an incomperable knowledge of medications...].
I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean here. If you could post answers here to the following, then I could have the opportunity to post responses here to whatever you post.
A. What do you mean by the phrase {finding a solution to severe depression}?
B. What criteria do you use, if any, to state that it is a {wonderful example} for someone to go 30 years on psychotropic drugs to be {finding a solution}?
C. Since you cite {heartbreaking weak successes} and {severe failures}, then could, let's say, a middle school child reading this here think that if they take psychotropic drugs for 30 years they could have {heartbreaking weak successes} and {severe failures} and that could be {beyond thrilling}? If so, how could that be a {wonderful example} to them?
D. If you think that is a wonderful example, are you aware that along the way when children take mind-altering drugs they could have a mind-altered state induced into them by the drug(s) to want to kill themselves and/or others? If so, could not 30 years of druggin' lead some to think that it is {OK} to take psychotropic drugs for 30 years and have severe failures and heartbreaking weak successes?
E. Could it be possible, that if children are not put on psychotropic drugs innitially, that they could escape 30 years of druggin' to overcome whatever it is that they were put on these drugs by another means so that they would not be subjected to death or cause the death of another, or have a life-ruining condition or addiction from these drugs? Do you know how many children have killed themselves while on these drugs and then did not go 30 years druggin'?
F. If it takes 30 years of druggin' for someone just to feel better, and along the way one could get Tardive Dyskinesia, heart attack, serotonin syndrome, diabetes, liver failure, kidney failure, brain damage and a host of other life-ruining conditions or addiction and even worse depression, is that an example that you want to promulgate here that you think is {wonderful} for children to consider? If so, why?
G. (redacted by respondent)
Lou

 

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