Tag Archives: Dr. Peter Breggin

Congress, God and Antidepressants


I write about how to be an effective citizen in the United States.  Where’s God in all of that?  Congress has passed some Godly acts, including Social Security, Medicare and the Americans with Disabilities Act.  These are things that say “I … Continue reading

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Recovering from Mental Illness


There is currently a discussion going on at LinkedIn about recovering from mental illness.  One question is “What is recovery?” I went to a conference on recovery and somebody asked the conference leader why it was called “recovery.”  His reply was, … Continue reading

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Bad Hospitalists and Good Kids


August 14  Sometimes I am given the chance to help. A nurse comes to my bedside.  She knows I have gotten rid of a bad hospitalist and wants to know how I did it.  It takes a lot of careful … Continue reading

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