Have you ever awoken and felt extremely happy that what you were just experiencing was actually a dream?
What if your experience was reality, but you thought you were having a dream?
Well, independent psychiatrists have stated that this is one of the effects of some psychiatric drugs that are being given to children and young people.
These psychiatric drugs do not cure anything. In fact, they put toxic substances into our children's brains, disrupting it and causing it to fight back. The usage and/or withdrawal from these drugs can even result in suicide and murder. Some of these drugs are so diabolical that once started, patients have to continue using small quantities of them for the rest of their lives.
Sometimes, as parents, we get overly anxious if our children behave a bit eccentric. Or sometimes our homes are dysfunctional, lacking in parenting skills and a proper approach to discipline.
The proliferation, prescription and usage of these psychiatric drugs are based on the persuasive power of the drug companies and not on the efficacy of the drugs in dealing with mental or behavioural problems. Psychiatrists, conscious of the dangers of these drugs, should be careful before prescribing them.
An examination of the family, its system of discipline, schools, religion, sports and physical activities, foods and socialisation generally, could unearth causes for antisocial behaviours that can be corrected.
This is a superior approach, when compared to the drugging of our people, particularly our children, with psychiatric medications, which have not worked and can result in murders and suicides.