How to prevent organ damage from psychiatric drugs

This is a list of methods to prevent organ damage from psychiatric drugs.

1. Don’t see a psychiatrist.
2. Don’t allow yourself to get a label.
3. Don’t label yourself or others.
4. Don’t go to a mental hospital.
5. Don’t commit a crime, and if you do, don’t get caught.
6. Don’t be female, a minority, and avoid getting old.
7. Skip adolescence altogether.
8. When you get a prescription, use it to make an origami figure instead of filling it. My favorite is the crane.
9. Use the prescription for handwriting analysis class.
10. Spell-check it.
11. Recycle it.
12. When you get the pills, use them to make jewelry and sell it on Etsy.
13. Recycle the capsule shells. Use the powder to make paint.
14.  Don’t use it as house paint if children move it, it is TOXIC.
15. Do not ingest. Oh, unless you want to prove a point, but I think it’s already been made.

Don’t take psych drugs.

2 thoughts on “How to prevent organ damage from psychiatric drugs”

  1. About your recycling idea: When I was in the Mental Patient’s Liberation Front in Boston in the early 1980’s I knew a young woman who saved up six months of antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs, dumped them on her shrink’s desk, told him to (and I paraphrase her here) to self-medicate rectally, walked out and never went back. I’ve since lost touch with her, but as of five years after that, she was fine.

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