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Old 07-12-2018, 18:57   #11
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What I debate is that psychiatry goes south for many more people then any other direction.
I am sorry you had a bad experience with this. But since psychotropic medications are not on topic for discussion here unless they relate specifically to rises or falls in BG measurements, incidence of hypos, etc., I'm leaving this here.

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Old 07-13-2018, 14:22   #12
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Those SOBs gave me Zyprexa for anxiety and insomnia. "Off label"

Lilly Settles With 18,000 Over Zyprexa. Eli Lilly piad $500 million to settle 18,000 lawsuits from people who got diabetes or other diseases after taking Zyprexa, Lilly's drug for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Jan 5, 2007

I got so increadibly sick coming off that "non addictive" rip out your soul can't feel life zombie poison back in 2008. That extra hunger rebounded into inabilty to eat, insomnia from hell, panic attacks... Nausia , running to the back door to vomit... Sick for months. In the hospital twice...

Early on when the Rx ran out and I was up all night with hellish insomnia one of those quacks tried to give me Lithium implying the withdrawal sickness was "my illness" coming back. Never asked me what I was like BEFORE taking that toxin from hell.

Psychiatry is an atrocity and the mass drugging children is a crime against humanity the only thing that has slowed their march of death through the population was the rise of social media.

When Zyprexa "olanzapine" made me sick I could only find on thread on the internet describing the withdrawal sickness. Now there are 100s describing that hell. Finally those sociopaths in suits at Lilly couldn't deny it anymore.

EDIT: I have to put a link to back up those strong words PsychRights: Alaska Case XX

No one can read that and call my post a "rant" .
You are preaching to the choir, but the post could be called a rant, I know what I am talking about; a'cause I am given to ranting.
I have been given so many bad meds, and I have been ignored when I told my doctor, so I became guarded, and I still am.

No story that you tell, can outdo mine; unless someone died, and that is not exaggeration. Please, walk through your bitterness, like it was a desert; get it out of you, and over with; and then attack your disease. Let the past be the past, and become like a sentinel, for your diabetes.

It is a disease whose sole function is to harm you, or to kill you.
When you get new meds, pay close attention to what they are doing, just like you are now. And in the end, trust your instincts.
God Bless.

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No story that you tell, can outdo mine; unless someone died, and that is not exaggeration.
Do we really want to go there ? Psychiatry put me through years of a hell beyond all description. Not only the drugs I know what goes on in those "hospitals" damn atrocities.

I was saved from more years of hell by a pretty sever schizophrenic, I hate to use their words to describe him but he went through alot and told me about Mindfreedom International and the whole psychiatric survivors movement, human rights ect. He explained enough to me to get me digging on my own and once I found out there was organized opposition to those brain butchers and how psychiatry really works that was enough for me to take my life back.

For me part of getting better was paying it forward telling more people about opposition to psychiatry's lies frauds and human rights violations. Now the truth is relatively easy to find online but when I joined in spreading the truth online alot of people were not woke up yet.

I never tell people don't use psychiatric drugs. I believe in the truth. The drug may make you feel better, it really might or it may trash your entire world and make you real real sick or even dead. Its called informed consent.

I am pretty much done, the internet was the worst thing that could ever happen to an industry built almost completely on lies and fraud.

Between the mass drugging of children in schools and the horrors behind locked doors psychiatry's reign of terror is not over but they have been beaten back quite a bit.


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walk through your bitterness, like it was a desert; get it out of you, and over with; and then attack your disease. Let the past be the past, and become like a sentinel, for your diabetes.
I know, I can't let it rob more from me.

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