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Are the Side Effects of Antidepressants Underestimated?

A study released on Feb. 26 has shown that thoughts of suicide, sexual difficulties, and emotional numbness as a result of taking antidepressants may be more widespread than previously thought. Do the adverse side effects linked to antidepressants outweigh their benefits? Read More

Comments on "Are the Side Effects of Antidepressants Underestimated?" | Psychology Today

I comment when I appreciate a article on a site or if I have something to contribute to the discussion.

It is caused by the sincerness displayed in the article I browsed.
And on this article Comments on "Are the Side Effects of Antidepressants Underestimated?" | Psychology Today.
I was moved enough to post a commenta response :) I do have some
questions for you if it's okay. Is it simply me or does it look as if like some of the responses appear as if they are left by brain
dead individuals? :-P And, if you are posting at additional places, I'd like to follow anything fresh you have to
post. Could you list the complete urls of your communal
pages like your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

Thank you for the comment Courtney!

Hi Courtney--Thank you for taking the time to join the discussion. I'm glad that you appreciated the article and were moved to comment here. :-)

I apologize for not having all of the urls at the end of my Psychology Today blog they are:


Thank you for your interest in following my postings. I appreciate that. I usually post about 5 times a there's usually something fresh in the pipeline.

Have a great night! Sincerely, Christopher Bergland

I think half the problem is

I think half the problem is that for the majority these antidepressants should be temporary. Instead they are being used as a cure all for people and perhaps even for people who have good reasons to be depressed due to a horrible job or marriage or home environment in general.

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