Don’t believe the hype about hyperactivity

If you’re a discerning professional who would prefer to see children and adolescents grow up drug-free rather than in a chemical haze, you are being encouraged to contact NICE, become a stakeholder on the ADHD guidelines and submit your comments. The psychiatric industry has become notorious for unscientifically redefining normal behaviour to create a catalogue […]

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Does back to school mean back to psychiatric drugs?

As the end of the school holidays approaches and preparations are made for children and teenagers to go back to school, how many will be going back to a regime of psychiatric drugs presribed for controversial ‘disorders’ like Attention Deficit Hyperactivirty Disorder (ADHD)? Behaviour has been redefined by psychiatrists to the degree that psychiatric drugs […]

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Blowing the whistle on ‘bipolar disorder’

Despite the tomes of literature devoted to the promotion of psychiatric illness, there are in amongst it all, books that tell a different story, ones that psychiatrists and pharmaceutical companies would prefer to gag, withhold or suppress. They are stories that give hope to the reader rather than leaving him or her in a no-win […]

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Antidepressants and the ever-increasing links to senseless violence

The cause of violent behaviour was put under the spotlight again following a BBC Panorama documentary broadcast in July 2017. The documentary centred on the killer James Holmes and the ‘treatment’ he received prior to the killings at a theatre in Aurora, Colorado in 2012. While there is never one simple explanation for what drives […]

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Psychiatrists are attempting to edit out humanity

It’s testimony to the impressive psychiatric propaganda machines that an hour of prime time television was devoted to so-called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for adults. The money-spinning label that has resulted in children and adolescents taking mind-altering stimulant drugs in school is purported to be present in adults, even though there’s no medical or […]

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Classrooms are not psychiatric laboratories

Well-meaning parents and teachers alike are being duped by the psychiatric industry into thinking children have various kinds of mental problems that potentially require psychiatric intervention and ‘treatments’. At a recent teacher’s union annual conference, it was suggested young children were suffering from panic attacks, anxiety and depression. This idea came about following a survey […]

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There are lessons to be learned but no one’s learning the lessons

When things go wrong in the psychiatric system and someone dies prematurely, often in tragic circumstances, there’s a mental health mantra which goes something like ‘lessons need to be learned’. But based on the fact failures and tragic deaths keep on occurring, it seems as though no one’s learning the lessons. The mental health system […]

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Antidepressants and the accountability of prescribers

Whenever a young person dies by suicide, the first thing that anyone should check is whether he or she had been prescribed psychiatric drugs. The latest tragic and unnecessary death concerns 15-year-old Ceri Sheehan. An inquest in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, heard how Ceri’s electronic devices had been confiscated the night before his death. The focus was […]

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Is there a common denominator to suicides in universities?

When suicides occur in a given area or environment, in this instance in universities, attention goes on to meeting the needs of students who may be suffering with mental troubles that are sometimes very serious. Giving them the attention and help they need is vital, if only from a purely humanitarian perspective. The problem that […]

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