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Update May 26, 2016: How antidepressants ruin your natural serotonin so you can never be happy again … without your pills

“After several weeks of taking [psych meds], the brain responds by making less serotonin, which may be why when people stop taking them they can get long-term withdrawal symptoms.” – New Scientist, May 12, 2016

WARNING: DO NOT GO COLD TURKEY OFF OF PSYCH MEDS–SSRIs, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, antiepileptics, Lyrica–anything with suicidal ideation, hallucinations, aural hallucinations, etc warnings on the label. If your insurance raises your rates and you consider going cold turkey – don’t do it. The risk is too great. You have to slowly wean off–and even then it can be a traumatic process (see testimonies below). Call your doctor and ask for help. That’s the least they can do.

  • Check to find if your psych meds are metabolized via your liver or kidneys. If liver, don’t drink alcohol. If kidney, no grapefruit juice.
  • If you start feeling violent, paranoid, or suicidal–it’s not you, it’s the psych med, get help ASAP.

Update 12/13/2016: Now 1 in 6 American Adults Takes Anti-Depressants or Other Psych Drugs

The number used to be one in ten, but according to new data, one out of every six adult Americans is taking anti-depressants or some other type of psychiatric drugs now. “Overall, 16.7 percent of 242 million U.S. adults reported filling one or more prescriptions for psychiatric drugs in 2013,” according to research published today in Journal of the American Medical Association’s JAMA Internal Medicine.

Did ya’ know . . .

Suicide rates double with antidepressants <<< click link

The correlation between increased psychiatric drugging and increased suicides can no longer be ignored. (Source)  [See also: here and here.]

 About 27 million people, More than 1 in 10 Americans Are on Suicide-Linked Antidepressants, and Anti-Psychotics Are the Most Common Prescription Drugs in America?

Army Times: At least one in six service members is on some form of psychiatric drug.” . . . as a result The US Military Is Losing More Troops To Suicide Than Combat

Master list of Antidepressant/SSRI Related Violence

Try to get off these drugs before the damage is done [but] you may well be in for symptoms that make heroin withdrawal look like a spa vacation. (Source)

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Testimonies of People Destroyed by Antidepressants (Source)

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“What I don’t understand is how a drug could completely erase me as a human being. What I’m experiencing is not depression, anhedonia, or flat affect, but a permanent change in my consciousness that literally destroyed my humanity. All the parts that made up my being are literally gone. I don’t understand how this is even possible, or what (if anything) I can do to change it.”

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“I’ve been in an extremely peculiar state for the past 8 months after stopping Wellbutrin/buproprion. I have literally lost everything inside of me and no longer have a sense of “inner being”. My personality has been completely erased, along with the inner psyche I’ve spent a lifetime building. When I attempt to “look inside”, it is impossible because there is literally nothing there. Everything that made up my specific sense of personal being is gone, including including my hopes, fears, dreams, goals, opinions, values, morals, likes/dislikes, and most strikingly, all emotions and feelings.

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29 amazing stats about America today . . . (Source)

Why worry? Be happy.

#1 In the United States today, the wealthiest one percent of all Americans have a greater net worth than the bottom 90 percent combined.

#2 According to the Economic Policy Institute, between 1979 and 2007 income growth for the top 1 percent of all U.S. income earners was an astounding 390 percent.  For the bottom 90 percent, income growth was only 5 percent over that same time period.

#3 According to a joint House and Senate report entitled “Income Inequality and the Great Recession“, the top 1 percent of all income earners in the United States brought in a total of 10.0 percent of all income in 1980, but by the time 2008 had rolled around that figure had skyrocketed to 21.0 percent.

#4 According to the Congressional Budget Office, the top 1 percent is the only group that saw its share of our national income increase between 1979 and 2007.

#5 The wealthiest 1 percent of all Americans now own more than a third of all the wealth in the United States.

#6 More than 50 percent of all stocks and bonds are owned by just 1 percent of the population.

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The title says it all.

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Still not sure? The Deadly Truth About Aspartame & Cancer

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US Home prices fall harder than in the Great Depression

Home prices during the troubling five years of 1928 through 1933 saw a decline of 25.9 percent nationwide and this was during the Great Depression.

The latest Case-Shiller data shows that home prices in the 20 City and 10 City composite measures are down by 32 percent from their 2006 peak.  (Source)

Home prices have been falling steadily since the summer of 2010.  The fact that we still have close to 7,000,000 homes in the shadow inventory tells us that we still have a long way to go before any normal housing market is restored.

This by far is the worst housing collapse ever and it is still ongoing.

Pity the owners of this home--marked down to only: $150,000,000

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The economic crisis has lead to many credible warnings of crash-induced unrest:

The sense of outrage at the injustice of the rich getting richer while the poor get poorer is a growing global trend.

How, exactly, then are Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein different from Mubarak and Ben Ali? Is it because what they do is legal? That would be too easy; they make the laws. What Mubarak did was perfectly legal in Egypt; he made the laws. Is it because they wear no crowns? (Source)

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Hey, you, middle class people. Get back to sleep.

In the first 19 months of the Obama administration, the federal debt “held by the public” increased by $2.5260 trillion. (Source)

This works out to $22,158 of new federal debt added for each and every US household. How is that calculated?  Lets do the math:

  • $2,526,000,000,000 / 114,000,000 US households = $22,158 per US household

When President Barack Obama took the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2009, the total federal debt held by the public stood at 6.3073 trillion, according to the Bureau of the Public Debt, a division of the U.S. Treasury Department. As of Aug. 20, 2010, after the first nineteen months of President Obama’s term, the total federal debt held by the public had grown to a total of $8.8333 trillion, an increase of $2.5260 trillion.

“Debt held by the public,” includes U.S. government securities owned by individuals, corporations, state or local governments, foreign governments and other entities outside the federal government itself.

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Those familiar with Tony Robbins know that he always goes out of his way to stress the positive, so if even he is openly warning the public about a coming economic nightmare than you know that things are starting to get really, really bad out there.

The video that Tony Robbins published where he gives his economic warning is posted in two parts below.  This is unlike any Tony Robbins video that you have ever seen before and it is absolutely jaw dropping…. (Source)

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An Important Note Of Caution

http://www.metatube.com/en/videos/37911/An-Important-Note-Of-Caution-By-Tony-Robbins/

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Prepper Dad?

Even Robert Kiyosaki Is Warning That an Economic Collapse Is Coming

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