Suicides Antidepressants 2010-08-15 Indiana Coroner: High Suicide Rates Due To Lack of Counseling: Already on Depression Meds


Paragraph 11 reads:  "Q: And why do you feel like, seemingly, a growing number of people just feel the walls closing in so much that there's no other way out?"

Well, I think some of it is that the numbers are kind of unusual because the people are actually going to get the anti-depressants , but they're not getting counseling. They have the courage to say "I need an anti-depressant.
" And anti-depressants don't work like a pain pill. A pain pill, you take and the pain goes away. Well, with depression, it doesn't work like that. You have to have the counseling also."

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