An artlcle in the Guardian this weekend was headed: "I took my first antidepressant this week. The effects were frightening." [Link]
This article elicited a great response. Within half-a-day this article received over 1,100 comments and over 2,800 Facebook shares before comments were closed.
I managed to make a comment:
Yes, I read below someone saying that Deborah is "very brave" talking so openly about her condition.But all the replies I've read (sorry I've only read the last 20 or 30 or so) seem to be supporting this drug therapy culture in some way or other. Though I'd agree there are times in your life when pretty well everyone (I imagine) goes through some kind of stress of a threatening kind, and some kind of 'action' is needed to circumnavigate the issue, why does the action have to be one that supports the idea that we are *simply* made up of chemicals and that a chemical has to be the appropriate treatment?In 73 years I've…