More on Antidepressants and Suicide

http://joannenova.com.au/2015/09/how-many-children-died-because-peer-reviewed-data-was-buried-and-results-cherry-picked/

A well-written piece to do with the previous post, but from a different angle.

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Nafsica (Sasa) Kelly on January 5, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    Why more Antidepressants and suicide?The deepest root of depression is the feelling that a person has lost himself and have given up hope of ever finding himself again There is nothing in him or her worth loving.Allowing yourslef to be dependent on another person or medication is the worse possible thing you can do to yourself Ulitmately it destroys rather that builds people.
    Psychiatry is complex because lack transperency.
    Why they use long term medication ? In psychology we consider that people have come to be who they are as a result of two influnces :firstly ,thier biological make up;secondly,the experiences which they encounter throughout life.Theories and research are very educational
    The mission of Attachment Parenting International (API) is to promote parenting practices that create strong, healthy emotional bonds between children and their parents. API believes that Attachment Parenting (AP) practices fulfill a child’s need for trust, empathy, and affection and will provide a foundation for a lifetime of healthy relationships.
    Rooted in attachment theory, Attachment Parenting has been studied extensively for over 60 years by psychology and child development researchers, and more recently, by researchers studying the brain. These studies revealed that infants are born “hardwired” with strong needs to be nurtured and to remain physically close to the primary caregiver, usually the mother, during the first few years of life. The child’s emotional, physical, and neurological development is greatly enhanced when these basic needs are met consistently and appropriately. These needs can be summarized asproximity, protection, and predictability.Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth (Ainsworth & Bowlby, 1991 ).
    Why psychiatrist and psychologist they don’t use the theories to understand the root of the problem. The different theories help me to understnd how important is good parenting and I have taking the position the medication is outdated is not ehtincally acceptable.
    They always reap what they sow.Only basic goodness gives life the technique of permanent success.
    According to Ivan Illich
    Medical professional practice has become a major threat to health. Depression, infection, disability, dysfunction, and other specific iatrogenic diseases now cause more suffering than all accidents from traffic or industry. Beyond this, medical practice sponsors sickness by the reinforcement of a morbid society which not only industrially preserves its defectives but breeds the therapist’s client in a cybernetic way. Finally, the so-called health-professions have an indirect sickening power—a structurally health-denying effect. I want to focus on this last syndrome, which I designate as medical Nemesis. By transforming pain, illness, and death from a personal challenge into a technical problem, medical practice expropriates the potential of people to deal with their human condition in an autonomous way and becomes the source of a new kind of un-health.

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