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Daniel Johnson MSP Mar 17
. they have made my life and that of my family better -they enable me to function. Your portrayal of ADHD medication in is unbalanced and simply adds to the stigma faced by those dealing a diagnosed neurological condition.
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drhallowell Mar 27
I have seen in my practice over the past 35 years, thousands of people, ages 6 to 76 years, experience tremendous results due to medication. Lives have been saved! For some reason all we hear about are the dangers. Please see a doctor who knows the facts.
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Jessica Mar 17
. please take down the poorly researched documentary . they help my brain focus, just like my glasses help my eyes focus. There's no shame in medically treating a medical condition and perpetuating stigmas like this hurts people w/
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priceline sister club member Mar 22
groundbreaking documentary really making me rethink my meds....this relevant interview with Some Guy Name Nathaneal, who is A Literal Software Engineer is mindblowing...
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Maria Shriver Mar 22
So proud of this film and the conversation it is igniting . If you haven’t seen it yet, please do and join the conversation.
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Grok Nation Apr 24
Americans are hooked on ADHD drugs. We watched the documentary ‘Take Your Pills’ and learned that amphetamines are being overprescribed and misused.
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Peter Zalabowski jr Mar 21
& - not cool publishing this irresponsible "film", but I'm glad you did, because finding , and reading the stories of others sharing my experiences has been a real breath of fresh air.
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Forrest Maready Apr 21
If you believe in mandatory vaccines but not mandatory antibiotics, you’re doing it wrong. Protect the herd from everything.
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Chris von Csefalvay May 3
And this is why nonsense like is such an insidious, harmful garbage. As a society, we have become more accepting of mental health issues but at the same time bred a class of professional haters whose entire career is premised on lying about psychopharmaceuticals.
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Emilie Laik Mar 27
they clear away all the garbage that sits on my brain and lets me be who I really am
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Abbi Mar 17
There is one element of that breaks my heart. The repeated return to the idea that you can 'teach yourself to focus'. (1/)
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Vanesa C Apr 3
I need them...unfortunately. I hate the way I feel on them, and the "come down" is worse, but I need them to be a functional member of society. irresponsibly let portary ADD in a negitive light. I'm sorely disappointed.
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Rob Baskind Mar 18
What however barely depicts & in a disparaging, minimising way is the genuine struggles ADHD patients have functioning day to day, & the massive life changing benefits in improving overall mental well being with minimal side effects meds can so often bring.
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Benjamin Winstead Mar 18
I’m sick of not being able to focus on things I’m not interested in. They may not even work for me, and they definitely don't give me a "euphoria" blast, but they allow countless others to even just function. just sounds terrible and inaccurate
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Maria Shriver Mar 12
Ditto ! We hope you watch on Netflix starting this Friday.
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ADD STEMist Mar 18
I stopped for 3 months because of attitudes like in 's , and then I was unable to write a scientific paper that both I and my bosses knew I could write, which was beginning to make me depressed.
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C. Schwarzenegger Mar 16
“Take Your Pills” is out on TODAY!!!! Go watch!!!! 💊💊💊💊💊💊💊💊
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IndieWire Jul 6
unveils a dubious, dangerous history of misuse — both by addicted users and Big Pharma sellers. More great social issues documentaries on :
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tom Apr 22
This thread is worth the read. This describes far better then I ever could the difference in the antagonist to receptor relation in alliance to these stimulants with neurotransmitters... a convoluted message from society will help us lose sight of the truth.
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Netflix 'N Swill Mar 20
This week, Nick, patron of our show, wanted us to watch , an awful Stephanie Meyer adaptation. So we hate him now. There's also reviews for and .
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