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The Medication Generation
One woman’s struggle explains the issues of a generation. This article points out that many young people have now spent most of their lives on antidepressants. Have the drugs made them 'emotionally illiterate' as Sharpe suggests?
Sharpe reveals that her school psychiatrist never suggested talk therapy. Instead, she would simply ask that Sharpe return for a "med check" every few weeks to make sure the pills were working.
Sharpe wisely says, “Though psychiatric medications have become part of the fabric of modern childhood and adolescence, they are powerful drugs, and we owe it to the next generation to use them with caution.”
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