How exactly you expect to purge the user-lists of Paxil effectively by listing how bad it is for them is still a mystery to me, particularly since the reason people should be getting off Paxil isnâ€™t simply because of side-effects but because itâ€™s not actually helping their recovery. Thatâ€™s another area you didnâ€™t cover â€” how effective it is.
In fact, because the side-effects have so little to do with why these folks shouldnâ€™t be taking it (I understand that â€œLook at what youâ€™re doing to yourselfâ€ point, but itâ€™s a tertiary jab), you run the risk of shaking people off that might need to stay on. Again, I think youâ€™re overestimating the argument you offered in the article. I donâ€™t think youâ€™re entirely wrong in your general principle that society is over-medicated, I just donâ€™t think you grasp it anywhere in your article.
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