Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal: Checklist

Checklist of things to keep in mind: 1. It Gets Better. Most people find that after withdrawal symptoms subside, they feel much better. This is because a toxin is no longer hampering the bodily systems, so everything is easier from breathing, to exercise, to digestion, to thinking clearly, communication and memory. 2. Acute withdrawal is Read More

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Iatrogenic Injury, Ayurvedic Constitution, and Aging

I felt some healing in my body this morning, and it reminded me of how much damage psych drugs did to this same body when I was 20-23 and how a lot of that damage is felt MORE as I get older, not less, because it has affected how I’ve aged. The damage to my Read More

Is Moving Around Constantly Similar to Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal?

Moving has been called one of the most stressful experiences. Moving around almost constantly for the past 2 years has been incredibly stressful and is starting to remind me of the process of coming off psych drugs. That sense of constant instability, being much more dependent on others than I would like or than feels Read More

Do It In a Group

The group can be on the phone, online, in person. If you’re coming off psych drugs, hoping to someday, or staying off, do it in a group. This doesn’t mean you need to spend all of your time in a group while you’re withdrawing (ha!). Most of us wouldn’t want to do that. It means Read More

If You’ve Broken Free From Psychiatry, Leave a Trail Mark

If you’ve broken free from psychiatry or any other type of oppression or form of injustice, leaving a trail marker for others to be guided by is crucial. There are many ways to leave trail marks. You can tell your story to people you meet, write it down, audio record it and share it online, Read More

Psychiatric Industrial Complex 101

Most people sense there is something up with the increase in psychiatric drugging correlating with more suicides, school shootings, health problems and disability.  You may sense there’s more to the story that the mainstream media often hides.  Here are some sources that might be helpful in putting together the pieces of the puzzle. http://www.antipsychiatry.org/drsmith1.htmGeneral Principles: Read More

Before You Take Psychiatric Drugs

Before you take psychiatric drugs a few questions to ask yourself: 1. Are you eating a reasonable diet?  This doesn’t mean you have to eat kale for breakfast lunch and dinner, but before taking a drug for your state of mind, look at your nutritional habits. I know, a months supply of Paxil is cheaper Read More