My friend and co-editor here on Beyond Meds, Will Hall, spoke at the American Psychiatric Association a day or two ago. I just listened to this talk and was moved very deeply. Imagine — he just said all this stuff in front of a room filled with psychiatrists!!
For those of you who don’t know Will Hall, he was once upon a time diagnosed with schizoaffective schizophrenia, which is commonly understood to be a mix of schizophrenia and bipolar. His story is here.
Will stood in front of the psychiatrists at their association conference, a living example of someone who now thrives as a result of trusting his gut once he realized that psychiatric drugs were making his issues worse. He then speaks about many documented studies that support the belief that this sort of robust recovery happens if and when people are able to stop taking psychiatric drugs. Some…
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