I have been following the media and our Democratic administration’s push to disarm American citizens by any means. Let me state without reservations that guns are not the problem.
I urge people to Google “SSRI Stories” and view the 97 pages of school shootings, murder, suicide, etc.
These 97 pages will enlighten the most serious gun control activist. They show that people under the influence of antidepressants have been those committing mass killings in schools and elsewhere.
As a certified service officer of the Disabled American Veterans, I have become concerned by the increased incidences of our service personnel killing themselves and others.
The prescription of antidepressants for our soldiers during and after deployment that induce symptoms of activation can mimic post-traumatic stress disorder and are likely to worsen this common disorder.
A noted psychiatrist, Peter R. Breggin, M.D., wrote in his article in Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 12 in 2010, Antidepressant-Induced Suicide, Violence, and Mania: Risks for Military Personnel.
We need to limit the use of antidepressants as Dr. Breggin has written and lectures to fellow psychologists and psychiatrists and use counseling instead.