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  1. Hi all, I’ve been tapering off of my drugs for a few months now and am finding that I need a local support group to help me through. I am bursting with information on this whole thing and am definitely wearing my family, friends, and boyfriend down with it all 😬. I am feeling alone and overwhelmed by the zeitgeist that is mental illness. Is there anyone that would like to meet for a cup of coffee one day? Thanks and sincerely, Breanne
  2. Hi all, I am writing from the BBC. The Victoria Derbyshire show in the UK are producing a short film about anti-depressant withdrawals and are looking to speak to individuals who have used local street drug dependency services for support throughout this process. If you are someone who has used the support services of street drug charities in the UK for antidepressant withdrawal and are interested in taking part, please do reach out to me via the personal messaging system . We appreciate the very sensitive nature of this difficult experience and anything spo
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    Emotions Anonymous

    Hey All, As someone who suffers from mental illness, pharmaceutical dependence, as well as alcoholism/addiction, I thought I would share a reflection and some helpful concepts from the support group Emotions Anonymous (similar to AA). I think this could be very helpful for people in the process of psychiatric medication withdrawal. If you want to find out more about EA, visit their website: http://www.emotionsanonymous.org/ Perhaps one day there could be a SAA group(Surviving Anti-Depressants Anonymous). I have always maintained that a 12-step program would benefit anyone who is wil
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