If you look at the timeline of when mass shootings and murder-suicides started on the upswing, it is at the same time as when the field of mental health introduced psychiatric drugs as a solution to behavior problems such as children’s inattentiveness, depression, and other undesirable conditions. The late eighties were when Prozac was introduced as a panacea pill and became a household name. Other antidepressants, antipsychotics and stimulants came into being. That is the only change in the past thirty-something years
Finding an actual mental disorder test is a lesson in futility. Even the prestigious Mayo Clinic website can’t provide information on an actual test.
The mental health community would have us believe that those who live through a natural disaster are now prone to mental illness. This is only and soley a means of captializing on others’ hardships. The facts are clear, there is not one medical test to evidence a mental disorder and stress is just that, stress.
Antidepressants carry FDA warnings that may surprise most people. Some of which include, depression, suicidal thoughts and violent actions.
Antipsychotics used to be prescribed primarily for the “mental disorder” called schizophrenia. Since there is no schizophrenia epidemic, then what is the explanation to account for the increased use of antipsychotics?