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A searing new documentary, exposing how devastating and deadly psychiatric drugs can be for children and families. Eight brave mothers share their stories that are sure to leave you thinking twice about harmless side-effects

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"If you have a child who has been told they are overactive, anxious or depressed (or if you know of any loved ones with children like this) chances are they may have been recommended medication.

Before you consider any medication I urge you to watch this film, buy it for yourself and your local mom's group and share the message.

We need to keep our children off dangerous psychiatric medications which are holding them back from reaching their true potential and very likely harming them and in some cases causing suicide.

Please watch this film and for the sake of our future generations help keep our kids drug free"


- James Colquhoun - Producer Director, 'Food Matters'

One Mother's Story

The truth about psychiatric drugs is getting out. This film is the story of one mother’s quest to find out why her happy, outgoing son committed suicide shortly after being placed on psychiatric drugs. What she discovered was that suicidal and homicidal impulses are well-known side effects of these drugs.

She says: “Had we been told the truth about the dangerous effects of the psychiatric drug our son was given, he would be alive today.” Psychiatrists claim their drugs are safe for children but, once you hear what eight brave mothers, health experts, drug counselors, and doctors have to say, you will conclude that these psychiatrists are dead wrong.

About Dead Wrong

From the makers of the award-winning documentaries Making a Killing and The Marketing of Madness comes this searing new documentary, exposing how devastating, and deadly, psychiatric drugs can be for children and families.

Behind the grim statistics of deaths, suicides, birth defects and serious adverse reactions is the human face of this global drugging epidemic revealing the personal stories of loss and courage of those who paid the real price.

Psychiatrists claim their drugs are safe for children. But once you hear what eight brave mothers, their families, health experts, drug counselors and doctors have to say about this, you will come away convinced of one thing...

the Psychiatric industry could be DEAD WRONG.

Previous Customer Reviews


Ayden commented on 06-Jun-2012 05:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
I sincerely hope you are able to get some help!Regarding Medicaid, each state is dienerfft, so you would need to contact your local Medicaid office to find out the particulars about coverage and requirements. However, they are largely looking at income
and assets, so will look at how much money you have saved, any property, and your income to determine if you qualify. The threshold is usually pretty low. Also, it can take up to 45 days to get coverage, so even if you qualify, you might not be able to get
assistance right away. You can find your state's Medicaid website below, but you might also have some luck calling around to local churches and helping agencies. Usually most areas have at least a basic support network in place, so don't be discouraged if
you don't find help right away. Instead, make sure to ask if they know of any place that might be able to help you and eventually you will talk to the right person/place. Check with your local social security agency too, as well as for city/county resources.
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Karen commented on 03-Mar-2012 02:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
Funny..a week before our daughter turned 18 she and was in her final year of school..she said she wanted to see the doctor (we have seen a naturopath all her life)because she wasn't 'happy'. After 15 mins, she had a script for Lexapro. I said what if the
parent says 'no' and he completely ignored me.He turned to her and said, well, I believe this is the only way you will get through year 12. I didn't intervene. But recommended she go on the internet before hand to do some research, so she could make up her
own mind. She was after all, becoming an adult. I quielty sat on the couch, watching TV, and secretly prayed, literally! The ONE thing that stopped her were the comments that some girls put on up to 25 kg in weight as a side affect. Not the suicide, the tremors,
the insomnia, the jaw grinding...NO, it was the weight gain. So, funny as it may seems...thank you for a teenager's vanity. I would say it saved her life.
Mylea commented on 28-Aug-2011 07:03 AM5 out of 5 stars
I haven't watched this movie but can't wait I myself have been on 9 different Psychiatric drugs they have been disrupted my life because of them I have done cutting,On the verge of developing a eating disorder, and have even attempted suicide myself I
am in the works of writting a book of my hardships with the Psychiatric Drugs and how I am a survivor at the age of 15 who thinks that Psychiatric Drugs are DEAD WRONG!
Vitoire Vulaj-Merhige commented on 29-Jun-2011 07:07 AM5 out of 5 stars
On July 7, 2010 my son, Valentino Vulaj, took his own life. I want people to know Valentino’s story and I hope through him we can save others from going through this heart wrenching tragedy. My son may have been one person or a statistic to the pharmaceutical
companies, but to me he was the world. Valentino was a handsome, smart, loving, funny guy, and as many of his friends teased a momma’s boy. From the time he was a little boy he was always involved in team sports, from Hockey to Basketball. He loved the Oakland
A's as kid, in fact, I had to pay him once so I would not hear Jose Canseco's name for a day. As, he got older he never let go of his love for sports but became a Yankee fan instead. When it came to basketball he idolized Lebron James. He loved movies so much
that the he decided to go back to school and was planning a career in the film industry. He had a bright future ahead of him. Valentino was working out and in the best shape of his life. He was doing great in school and had it all together, all except for
one thing….he was a smoker. In January 2010, my son, decided to take CHANTIX ( a prescription medication Manufactured by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals) to stop smoking. After he stopped taking CHANTIX he began to have a list long of side effects, including: Skin
rashes, swelling, panic attacks, anxiety attacks, unusual behavior, and worst of all SUICIDAL THOUGHTS. I took my son to a variety of doctors, from emergency rooms, to primary doctors, to psychologists, and psychiatrists. Not one of these doctors had any knowledge
of the serious side effects of CHANTIX and said it was out of his system. What these Doctors failed to notice was this medication changed the chemicals in his brain. I called Pfizer, hoping that they would have a clinic that specializes in the side effects
of their medications being that they have the widest knowledge of this medication, they created it. They did not provide me with the name of a clinic, a doctor, or any place to turn to. Their response was to go see my primary doctor. As stated earlier I brought
Valentino to a list of doctors, and none of them had any knowledge of any of these side effects. I then took it upon my self to bring my only child, my son, Valentino, to a psychiatrist hoping that they may have more knowledge to what CHANTIX did to him. Again,
I was told that it was out of his system, as my son sat there and told the doctors he has obsessive thoughts that he has a skin disease, he has suicidal thoughts, and that he envisions his funeral. At this point, I, was so confused and overwhelmed I just wanted
my 28 year old son back to normal. The Psychiatrist put him on ZOLOFT (an anti-depressant manufactured by Pfizer) and LORAZAPAM (for anxiety and panic attacks). I then took him to a psychologist which again dismissed the CHANTIX side effects. I continued to
call lists of doctors in desperation, telling them that my son was not doing better and frightened that he could end up taking his own life. I contemplated on hospitalizing him, but, both doctors assured and reassured me that he was no threat to himself; even
though my son continued to speak of suicide. I trusted their medical and professional opinions. As this continued, I, decided to take him to another psychiatrist, by recommendation that he was excellent with medications. Again, the side effects of CHANTIX
were dismissed , but the anti-depressant (ZOLOFT) continued to be increased. The doctor told me it takes about 8 weeks to take effect, when I questioned why my son was getting worse rather than better. On July 7, 2010 my sister and I took my son back to the
doctor and demanded that he take him off the anti-depressant, ZOLOFT. I, stated that this medication had made my son an emotional roller-coaster. The doctor again failed to hear what my son was saying and failed to notice that my son was on the verge of suicide.
That devastating evening, my world, my only child, my son, Valentino, ended his life. My mission is: to make the public aware that if you have a family member, a loved one, a friend, or if you know anyone on these medications who may be suffering from any
one of these detrimental side effects PLEASE TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AND HAVE THEM HOSPITALIZED YOU MAY SAVE THEIR LIFE. Pfizer has failed every family out there that has lost someone to suicide from these medications. Pfizer revenues over 50 billion dollars a year
but they have no help or outreach if someone is suffering from the side effects of their medications, such as suicidal thoughts. I am fighting for Pfizer to have medical experts, medical specialists, and/or clinics who specialize in the side effects of the
medications they manufacture. I do not want Pfizer’s blood money, what I want is to save peoples lives in honor of my son, VALENTINO VULAJ. PLEASE SUPPORT ME ON JULY 7, 2011 FROM 12 - 4PM IN FRONT OF THE PFIZER BUILDING ON 42ND ST & 2ND AVE IN MANHATTAN TO
PROTEST AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME ABOUT ANY QUESTION OR CONCERNS: VALENTINOSHONOR@GMAIL.COM
Anonymous commented on 21-May-2011 12:25 AM5 out of 5 stars
Also check out Potatoes Not Prozac for good information on how diet affects mental health. The book is geared a bit more toward sugar sensitivity, but addiction and depression are very closely linked....easy read and easy fix!!!
Anonymous commented on 10-May-2011 02:14 AM5 out of 5 stars
I am so very sorry to hear such a sad story and feel for the mother. I recommend everyone reads Patrick Holford's New Optimum Nutrition for the Mind book. Thankfully, through pure luck I had recently read this book, as I am a therapist, but never thought
I would need to use it on my own family. My son became very low (age 19) then had some sort of breakdown, which wiped his memory of everything, from his name to where he lived, to how to use a shower etc. Our GP contacted the mental health team and they came
in everyday for weeks and every day wanted to put him on medication. My husband and I stood strong and refused, saying we wanted to do it with diet and vitamins, following Patrick advice in the book. Within 3 days his speech and memory started to return. It
has been a long road with lots of ups and downs, but he is at one of the best Universities and is on course for a 2.1 degree. He also works 30 hours a week in a shop to help keep the student dept down. No one seems to knows exactly what happened to him, but
we now think it may have been encephalitus. Like Matthew in the film he was extrememly fit, sporty and active before this happended. Please read this book, it is very well written and will help someone you know.
Tim John Kulikowski commented on 04-May-2011 10:41 AM5 out of 5 stars
Ive been there...i had the same symptoms as well as seeing things that weren't their...lexapro was great for a week... i saw the doc monthly...the meds changed quite a bit ...in the end i was taking 4 scrips morning noon & knight as well benadryl.. so
they were to help depression , anxiety , antipsychotic , a sleeping pill ,along with 150 (6) benadryl each day this was years of therapy...today just 3 or 4 benadryl at night...in time i well be off them aswell ... here's how i help me... first water , i got
good water...not store bought i got filter (aqualiv)inclean health.com all that was said was to happen did... because of my searches on line i learned many things new and old ... see i was raised as a organic gardener in 1968 we had the basics... and then
i found david wolfe , and a host of others i rever...gurus, so to speak...well water good food brought about good energy i stop the meds slowly ... i was on very high doses ...i feel a lot of mental ills.are from the environment its all things ... the field
governs the particle... the more I'm aware of fields of energy the better i feel .. organics... being as raw as possible...learning to live as GOD... god did not in tend for us to eat big macs...i'm my self again.. meds might help in the beginning. but to
fix what wrong ya got to get out the bad replace it with good..marvelous things will happen...ya see i'm a bit of i impath well a big impath... thats y ya got be aware... FIELDS of energy... can you see them i do some they are most times pretty... until ya
learn what the colors rep... thats freaky..love peace & eat a avocado that would be a GOOD THING tboi....timmyboy727@embarqmail.com
Andr'e Closel commented on 03-May-2011 06:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
Firstly I found it interesting the the side effects of the drug the specialist prescribed where exactly the symptoms he was going to see the doctor about. I.E. insomnia! Secondly there is very rarely a need for medications to regulate mental health. It
is merely due to the lack of knowledge and experience of the practitionor that promotes a 'pill for every ill' attitude when they do not understand what the cause of the problem is. For example, we know that if Matt was to seek support from a practitioner
who has proven to successfully help someone in Matt's position without drugs then the chances of him normalizing would be great. Suicide would not be a question! It is not a case that all psychiatrists are bad, just that some are inexperienced and are sold
on a pharmaceutical based practices. There are many, many mechanics out there, but I would on choose Ferrari to fix my Ferrari not a local grease monkey whom i am sure will do a fine job on your old cadi Thirdly, I couldn't stress this enough, that the fact
alone of having to seek help and answers only to not find any except a label of being mentally ill, thrown on drugs that remove you from you emotions and sense of self and sense of ambition and to top it off suffer side effects is a hell i wouldn't impose
on my worst enemy let alone a family member. I know because it is the story of my father and it is barbaric and outdated. Is this a symptom of Americas addiction to pharmaceutics? Should parents and youth be educated on mental health and personal development
and who is the correct specialist to see if needed? Should pharmaceutically be a last resort when all else fails? Should there be more regulations of pharmaceutics and accountability by practitioners?
Lynn commented on 03-May-2011 09:00 AM5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely amazing you are doing this. I was 14 when prescribed SEROXAT and I tried to commit suicide shortly after taking it. it took them 22 years to find out I was not anxious or had attention issues requiring mental heath drugs.. no I had neurological
lyme disease contracted age 13 years old from a tick bite. The symptoms can mimic autism and aspergers. The fact they dont even check for bacterial or parasitical issues worries me greatly. Thank you once again for promoting this. I now have changed to a vegan
raw diet mainly and am healing naturally. x
Anonymous commented on 02-May-2011 12:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
My mother was prescribed anti-depressants after my father passed away. She did not tell us she was taking them. She became withdrawn and just not herself. A few months later, she committed suicide. When I went to her doctor to get his signature for some
documents, he asked why was there a coroner necessary. I explained to him what had happened and he burst into tears. I will never forget the look of guilt and shame in this doctors eyes. Please think twice before you trust the words of advice from you doctor.
Dr David Jantz commented on 01-May-2011 08:46 AM5 out of 5 stars
Thankyou so much for promoting the Dead Wrong DVD. It is a fabulous documentary exposing the fraud of psychiatry. All parents should see it.
Jeff commented on 01-May-2011 05:47 AM5 out of 5 stars
Psych drugs are bad news for ALL. Years ago (1989 or so) I used to see an old school bus painted with "Psychiatry kills, Don't let them drug your children" I wasn't sure what they were talking about until my wife was prescribed psych drugs. They made her
suicidal. eventually she did suicide. Stay away from these drugs. Manage the diet more than anything.
Barbie commented on 30-Apr-2011 11:11 PM5 out of 5 stars
I have not watched this movie yet, but I've known of several children who are currently being medicated for Bogus ADHD, which in my day, was just a normal Excited Child being Creative and Self Expressive! I hope that more people wake up thanks to productions
like these and realize that what our children really need is LOVE and Lots of it!!
Anonymous commented on 30-Apr-2011 03:32 AM5 out of 5 stars
My heart BLEEDS for this family. I too have a child (now 23) who was taking this drug for a couple of years during high school when she was "diagnosed" (like them, she only had a 15 min. doctor visit) with some Bi-Polar Anxiety issues. The meds. totally
changed her personality...I hardly recognized her. She (we) made the choice to get off the meds. She became so very ill ( nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, night sweats, anxiety, anger, crying fits....) and wanted to kill herself, I had to sit with her CONSTANTLY
to make sure she wouldn't. It took a good 5 months before she became her normal self. I praise God that my child was spared. Watching this video enrages me!!!!...that doctors (encouraged by the drug companies financially or otherwise) are so casually dispensing
these lethal psychotropic drugs. We now (very successfully) control her condition with a healthy Plant Based Vegan diet, and good sleeping and exercises habits. ( none of which was ever recommended by a doctor by the way.....sigh)
Marilyn Goure commented on 30-Apr-2011 12:18 AM5 out of 5 stars
I went to the sadest funeral of my life 4 years ago when a senior in high school killed himself, in his home, after being on ADHD medication for only a couple of days. His little sister found him just before they were to leave for school. This young man
was in a very loving family and involved in 2 youth groups. The service had 3 pastors with all the kids from both youth groups. Everyone was crying their eyes out. The pastors counseled the youth about suicide for weeks. My heart was sick when I learned he
was on mind alternating medication. But those around me were so naive they couldn't believe it was the drug - because he had only been on it for 2 days. The day he died, his family got a call that he had been accepted for a part time job that he applied for
to help with college expenses. This young man did not want to die. He was alive and full of so much potential. Now the world has lost him. Does the drug company and the doctor who prescribed it to him even care?
Jack Reitz commented on 29-Apr-2011 11:07 PM5 out of 5 stars
This is because most people do not know how a drug works. Most of these drugs attempt to force the brain to produce the chemicals and reactions that it normally does to conditions that develop. We now know that emotions do produce chemical changes in the
body. The results are unpredictable at best and the dosage is more like a guess. Please talk to the people who really know what a drug does. The pharmacist is the only one that has been trained about these drugs, not the doctors!!!!!!!!!



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Ayden commented on 06-Jun-2012 05:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
I sincerely hope you are able to get some help!Regarding Medicaid, each state is dienerfft, so you would need to contact your local Medicaid office to find out the particulars about coverage and requirements. However, they are largely looking at income
and assets, so will look at how much money you have saved, any property, and your income to determine if you qualify. The threshold is usually pretty low. Also, it can take up to 45 days to get coverage, so even if you qualify, you might not be able to get
assistance right away. You can find your state's Medicaid website below, but you might also have some luck calling around to local churches and helping agencies. Usually most areas have at least a basic support network in place, so don't be discouraged if
you don't find help right away. Instead, make sure to ask if they know of any place that might be able to help you and eventually you will talk to the right person/place. Check with your local social security agency too, as well as for city/county resources.
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Karen commented on 03-Mar-2012 02:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
Funny..a week before our daughter turned 18 she and was in her final year of school..she said she wanted to see the doctor (we have seen a naturopath all her life)because she wasn't 'happy'. After 15 mins, she had a script for Lexapro. I said what if the
parent says 'no' and he completely ignored me.He turned to her and said, well, I believe this is the only way you will get through year 12. I didn't intervene. But recommended she go on the internet before hand to do some research, so she could make up her
own mind. She was after all, becoming an adult. I quielty sat on the couch, watching TV, and secretly prayed, literally! The ONE thing that stopped her were the comments that some girls put on up to 25 kg in weight as a side affect. Not the suicide, the tremors,
the insomnia, the jaw grinding...NO, it was the weight gain. So, funny as it may seems...thank you for a teenager's vanity. I would say it saved her life.
Mylea commented on 28-Aug-2011 07:03 AM5 out of 5 stars
I haven't watched this movie but can't wait I myself have been on 9 different Psychiatric drugs they have been disrupted my life because of them I have done cutting,On the verge of developing a eating disorder, and have even attempted suicide myself I
am in the works of writting a book of my hardships with the Psychiatric Drugs and how I am a survivor at the age of 15 who thinks that Psychiatric Drugs are DEAD WRONG!
Vitoire Vulaj-Merhige commented on 29-Jun-2011 07:07 AM5 out of 5 stars
On July 7, 2010 my son, Valentino Vulaj, took his own life. I want people to know Valentino’s story and I hope through him we can save others from going through this heart wrenching tragedy. My son may have been one person or a statistic to the pharmaceutical
companies, but to me he was the world. Valentino was a handsome, smart, loving, funny guy, and as many of his friends teased a momma’s boy. From the time he was a little boy he was always involved in team sports, from Hockey to Basketball. He loved the Oakland
A's as kid, in fact, I had to pay him once so I would not hear Jose Canseco's name for a day. As, he got older he never let go of his love for sports but became a Yankee fan instead. When it came to basketball he idolized Lebron James. He loved movies so much
that the he decided to go back to school and was planning a career in the film industry. He had a bright future ahead of him. Valentino was working out and in the best shape of his life. He was doing great in school and had it all together, all except for
one thing….he was a smoker. In January 2010, my son, decided to take CHANTIX ( a prescription medication Manufactured by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals) to stop smoking. After he stopped taking CHANTIX he began to have a list long of side effects, including: Skin
rashes, swelling, panic attacks, anxiety attacks, unusual behavior, and worst of all SUICIDAL THOUGHTS. I took my son to a variety of doctors, from emergency rooms, to primary doctors, to psychologists, and psychiatrists. Not one of these doctors had any knowledge
of the serious side effects of CHANTIX and said it was out of his system. What these Doctors failed to notice was this medication changed the chemicals in his brain. I called Pfizer, hoping that they would have a clinic that specializes in the side effects
of their medications being that they have the widest knowledge of this medication, they created it. They did not provide me with the name of a clinic, a doctor, or any place to turn to. Their response was to go see my primary doctor. As stated earlier I brought
Valentino to a list of doctors, and none of them had any knowledge of any of these side effects. I then took it upon my self to bring my only child, my son, Valentino, to a psychiatrist hoping that they may have more knowledge to what CHANTIX did to him. Again,
I was told that it was out of his system, as my son sat there and told the doctors he has obsessive thoughts that he has a skin disease, he has suicidal thoughts, and that he envisions his funeral. At this point, I, was so confused and overwhelmed I just wanted
my 28 year old son back to normal. The Psychiatrist put him on ZOLOFT (an anti-depressant manufactured by Pfizer) and LORAZAPAM (for anxiety and panic attacks). I then took him to a psychologist which again dismissed the CHANTIX side effects. I continued to
call lists of doctors in desperation, telling them that my son was not doing better and frightened that he could end up taking his own life. I contemplated on hospitalizing him, but, both doctors assured and reassured me that he was no threat to himself; even
though my son continued to speak of suicide. I trusted their medical and professional opinions. As this continued, I, decided to take him to another psychiatrist, by recommendation that he was excellent with medications. Again, the side effects of CHANTIX
were dismissed , but the anti-depressant (ZOLOFT) continued to be increased. The doctor told me it takes about 8 weeks to take effect, when I questioned why my son was getting worse rather than better. On July 7, 2010 my sister and I took my son back to the
doctor and demanded that he take him off the anti-depressant, ZOLOFT. I, stated that this medication had made my son an emotional roller-coaster. The doctor again failed to hear what my son was saying and failed to notice that my son was on the verge of suicide.
That devastating evening, my world, my only child, my son, Valentino, ended his life. My mission is: to make the public aware that if you have a family member, a loved one, a friend, or if you know anyone on these medications who may be suffering from any
one of these detrimental side effects PLEASE TAKE IT SERIOUSLY AND HAVE THEM HOSPITALIZED YOU MAY SAVE THEIR LIFE. Pfizer has failed every family out there that has lost someone to suicide from these medications. Pfizer revenues over 50 billion dollars a year
but they have no help or outreach if someone is suffering from the side effects of their medications, such as suicidal thoughts. I am fighting for Pfizer to have medical experts, medical specialists, and/or clinics who specialize in the side effects of the
medications they manufacture. I do not want Pfizer’s blood money, what I want is to save peoples lives in honor of my son, VALENTINO VULAJ. PLEASE SUPPORT ME ON JULY 7, 2011 FROM 12 - 4PM IN FRONT OF THE PFIZER BUILDING ON 42ND ST & 2ND AVE IN MANHATTAN TO
PROTEST AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME ABOUT ANY QUESTION OR CONCERNS: VALENTINOSHONOR@GMAIL.COM
Anonymous commented on 21-May-2011 12:25 AM5 out of 5 stars
Also check out Potatoes Not Prozac for good information on how diet affects mental health. The book is geared a bit more toward sugar sensitivity, but addiction and depression are very closely linked....easy read and easy fix!!!
Anonymous commented on 10-May-2011 02:14 AM5 out of 5 stars
I am so very sorry to hear such a sad story and feel for the mother. I recommend everyone reads Patrick Holford's New Optimum Nutrition for the Mind book. Thankfully, through pure luck I had recently read this book, as I am a therapist, but never thought
I would need to use it on my own family. My son became very low (age 19) then had some sort of breakdown, which wiped his memory of everything, from his name to where he lived, to how to use a shower etc. Our GP contacted the mental health team and they came
in everyday for weeks and every day wanted to put him on medication. My husband and I stood strong and refused, saying we wanted to do it with diet and vitamins, following Patrick advice in the book. Within 3 days his speech and memory started to return. It
has been a long road with lots of ups and downs, but he is at one of the best Universities and is on course for a 2.1 degree. He also works 30 hours a week in a shop to help keep the student dept down. No one seems to knows exactly what happened to him, but
we now think it may have been encephalitus. Like Matthew in the film he was extrememly fit, sporty and active before this happended. Please read this book, it is very well written and will help someone you know.
Tim John Kulikowski commented on 04-May-2011 10:41 AM5 out of 5 stars
Ive been there...i had the same symptoms as well as seeing things that weren't their...lexapro was great for a week... i saw the doc monthly...the meds changed quite a bit ...in the end i was taking 4 scrips morning noon & knight as well benadryl.. so
they were to help depression , anxiety , antipsychotic , a sleeping pill ,along with 150 (6) benadryl each day this was years of therapy...today just 3 or 4 benadryl at night...in time i well be off them aswell ... here's how i help me... first water , i got
good water...not store bought i got filter (aqualiv)inclean health.com all that was said was to happen did... because of my searches on line i learned many things new and old ... see i was raised as a organic gardener in 1968 we had the basics... and then
i found david wolfe , and a host of others i rever...gurus, so to speak...well water good food brought about good energy i stop the meds slowly ... i was on very high doses ...i feel a lot of mental ills.are from the environment its all things ... the field
governs the particle... the more I'm aware of fields of energy the better i feel .. organics... being as raw as possible...learning to live as GOD... god did not in tend for us to eat big macs...i'm my self again.. meds might help in the beginning. but to
fix what wrong ya got to get out the bad replace it with good..marvelous things will happen...ya see i'm a bit of i impath well a big impath... thats y ya got be aware... FIELDS of energy... can you see them i do some they are most times pretty... until ya
learn what the colors rep... thats freaky..love peace & eat a avocado that would be a GOOD THING tboi....timmyboy727@embarqmail.com
Andr'e Closel commented on 03-May-2011 06:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
Firstly I found it interesting the the side effects of the drug the specialist prescribed where exactly the symptoms he was going to see the doctor about. I.E. insomnia! Secondly there is very rarely a need for medications to regulate mental health. It
is merely due to the lack of knowledge and experience of the practitionor that promotes a 'pill for every ill' attitude when they do not understand what the cause of the problem is. For example, we know that if Matt was to seek support from a practitioner
who has proven to successfully help someone in Matt's position without drugs then the chances of him normalizing would be great. Suicide would not be a question! It is not a case that all psychiatrists are bad, just that some are inexperienced and are sold
on a pharmaceutical based practices. There are many, many mechanics out there, but I would on choose Ferrari to fix my Ferrari not a local grease monkey whom i am sure will do a fine job on your old cadi Thirdly, I couldn't stress this enough, that the fact
alone of having to seek help and answers only to not find any except a label of being mentally ill, thrown on drugs that remove you from you emotions and sense of self and sense of ambition and to top it off suffer side effects is a hell i wouldn't impose
on my worst enemy let alone a family member. I know because it is the story of my father and it is barbaric and outdated. Is this a symptom of Americas addiction to pharmaceutics? Should parents and youth be educated on mental health and personal development
and who is the correct specialist to see if needed? Should pharmaceutically be a last resort when all else fails? Should there be more regulations of pharmaceutics and accountability by practitioners?
Lynn commented on 03-May-2011 09:00 AM5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely amazing you are doing this. I was 14 when prescribed SEROXAT and I tried to commit suicide shortly after taking it. it took them 22 years to find out I was not anxious or had attention issues requiring mental heath drugs.. no I had neurological
lyme disease contracted age 13 years old from a tick bite. The symptoms can mimic autism and aspergers. The fact they dont even check for bacterial or parasitical issues worries me greatly. Thank you once again for promoting this. I now have changed to a vegan
raw diet mainly and am healing naturally. x
Anonymous commented on 02-May-2011 12:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
My mother was prescribed anti-depressants after my father passed away. She did not tell us she was taking them. She became withdrawn and just not herself. A few months later, she committed suicide. When I went to her doctor to get his signature for some
documents, he asked why was there a coroner necessary. I explained to him what had happened and he burst into tears. I will never forget the look of guilt and shame in this doctors eyes. Please think twice before you trust the words of advice from you doctor.
Dr David Jantz commented on 01-May-2011 08:46 AM5 out of 5 stars
Thankyou so much for promoting the Dead Wrong DVD. It is a fabulous documentary exposing the fraud of psychiatry. All parents should see it.
Jeff commented on 01-May-2011 05:47 AM5 out of 5 stars
Psych drugs are bad news for ALL. Years ago (1989 or so) I used to see an old school bus painted with "Psychiatry kills, Don't let them drug your children" I wasn't sure what they were talking about until my wife was prescribed psych drugs. They made her
suicidal. eventually she did suicide. Stay away from these drugs. Manage the diet more than anything.
Barbie commented on 30-Apr-2011 11:11 PM5 out of 5 stars
I have not watched this movie yet, but I've known of several children who are currently being medicated for Bogus ADHD, which in my day, was just a normal Excited Child being Creative and Self Expressive! I hope that more people wake up thanks to productions
like these and realize that what our children really need is LOVE and Lots of it!!
Anonymous commented on 30-Apr-2011 03:32 AM5 out of 5 stars
My heart BLEEDS for this family. I too have a child (now 23) who was taking this drug for a couple of years during high school when she was "diagnosed" (like them, she only had a 15 min. doctor visit) with some Bi-Polar Anxiety issues. The meds. totally
changed her personality...I hardly recognized her. She (we) made the choice to get off the meds. She became so very ill ( nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, night sweats, anxiety, anger, crying fits....) and wanted to kill herself, I had to sit with her CONSTANTLY
to make sure she wouldn't. It took a good 5 months before she became her normal self. I praise God that my child was spared. Watching this video enrages me!!!!...that doctors (encouraged by the drug companies financially or otherwise) are so casually dispensing
these lethal psychotropic drugs. We now (very successfully) control her condition with a healthy Plant Based Vegan diet, and good sleeping and exercises habits. ( none of which was ever recommended by a doctor by the way.....sigh)
Marilyn Goure commented on 30-Apr-2011 12:18 AM5 out of 5 stars
I went to the sadest funeral of my life 4 years ago when a senior in high school killed himself, in his home, after being on ADHD medication for only a couple of days. His little sister found him just before they were to leave for school. This young man
was in a very loving family and involved in 2 youth groups. The service had 3 pastors with all the kids from both youth groups. Everyone was crying their eyes out. The pastors counseled the youth about suicide for weeks. My heart was sick when I learned he
was on mind alternating medication. But those around me were so naive they couldn't believe it was the drug - because he had only been on it for 2 days. The day he died, his family got a call that he had been accepted for a part time job that he applied for
to help with college expenses. This young man did not want to die. He was alive and full of so much potential. Now the world has lost him. Does the drug company and the doctor who prescribed it to him even care?
Jack Reitz commented on 29-Apr-2011 11:07 PM5 out of 5 stars
This is because most people do not know how a drug works. Most of these drugs attempt to force the brain to produce the chemicals and reactions that it normally does to conditions that develop. We now know that emotions do produce chemical changes in the
body. The results are unpredictable at best and the dosage is more like a guess. Please talk to the people who really know what a drug does. The pharmacist is the only one that has been trained about these drugs, not the doctors!!!!!!!!!

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