By Beverley Thomson
Antidepressed breaks down the growing issue of antidepressant use, harm and dependence—how we got to this point, what is happening worldwide every single day, and most importantly, where we go from here.
Providing information that both patients and mental health professionals desperately need, Antidepressed exposes the holes in mental health systems and highlights the desperate need for reform. Featuring compelling accounts from real people whose lives have been irrevocably harmed by prescription antidepressants, Antidepressed provides proof that there is no such thing as a magic pill—and that pretending otherwise risks the lives and well-being of those who need help the most.
Penguin Random House