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SSRIs: A Lengthy Critique

http://slatestarcodex.com/2014/07/07/ssris-much-more-than-you-wanted-to-know/

There was never much more evidence for the serotonin hypothesis than that chemicals that increased serotonin tended to treat depression – making the argument that “antidepressants are biochemically justified because they treat the low serotonin that is causing your depression” kind of circular.

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Psychology

Justifying the pill popping

It’s a rare occasion that I need to write twice in a day (lately..in a week!) but am feeling it’s important to document this evening, to remember all the reasons I’ve chosen to do it, and the justifications for it. 262 more words

Depression

I Haven't Been Hiding Per Se...

It has been a while now since I have written a post and there is a very good reason, honestly. In the past few weeks, I have been to the doctors and consulted with counsellors to talk about how I was feeling. 882 more words

Female Blogger

Introducing my new blog...

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As far back as I can remember I have suffered with depression, having a diagnosis of childhood depression in my early teens and offered counselling as a result of being bullied through my school life. 498 more words

Clinical Depression

Just when one hurdle is overcome..

So, having decided to get better, having known this was what I wanted, having been prepared to fight my very hardest, a most annoying thing occurred. 465 more words

Eating Disorder

Change remains constant. God remains unchanged.

With poetry, story, song, and lament, Beth-Sarah Wright invites her reader to choose life, God-given and God-directed life. Her book surprises, provokes, and inspires, challenging us to hear and to see in the ways of the Gospel. 91 more words