An Unlikely Advocate for Psychiatric Medication

Well, you have to understand. I drank for sixteen years so I didn’t have to take psychiatric medicine (or have any paper trail whatsoever of my self-perceived failures). The only logical progression after getting clean was to assume I needed to bridge my life with medication. In my heart, I knew just from knowing myself and from life experience that pills could not be a part of the final plan. I am an…




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Jude Catapano

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