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Dr. Peter Breggin’s new concept of medication spellbinding provides insights into why so many people take psychiatric drugs when the drugs are doing more harm than good. Psychiatric drugs, and all other drugs that affect the mind, spellbind the individual by masking their adverse mental effects from the individual taking the drugs. If the person experiences a mental side effect, such as anger or sadness, he or she is likely to attribute it to something other than drug, perhaps blaming it on a loved one or on their own “mental illness.” Often people taking psychiatric drugs claim to feel better than ever when in reality their mental life and behavior is impaired. In the extreme, medication spellbinding leads otherwise well-functioning and ethical individuals to commit criminal acts, violence or suicide.

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Why are so many young people ending their own lives? It seems conventional methods to combat depression aren’t helping. The numbers of suicide deaths have been rising over the years and they continue to rise. 

What is happening? Why aren't the numbers of suicide deaths going down, with all the antidepressants people are using?

Suicide happens within the church body. It did with us. We are an average family, living on a farm in Northeast Missouri, the Heartland.

 

 

That night in our bed.

June 7, 2021

Someone told us to go to bed. I thought I would remember every detail. They directed us, my husband, Tim and I up from our chairs. I remember the look of pity written all over their faces as they gently nudged us towards our bedroom. The dark in the room enveloped us. Giving into exhaustion,…

“I just want to die..”

May 3, 2021

Toby shot himself with his own deer rifle. He’s gone. He didn’t get to come back and see what happened next. He didn’t get to see the devastation his death caused. He didn’t get to see how crushed and shattered our lives were because he did this to himself. This is the hard truth we…