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How antidepressants destroy your ability to fall in love and stay in love


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How antidepressants destroy your ability to fall in love and stay in love




Dr. Helen Fisher, author of "Why We Love," addresses the World Future Society's 2007 conference, describing the impacts of antidepressants on the brain systems associated with romance and attachment.




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Psychiatric drugs add chemicals to the brain and the brain's natural response is to make adaptations to level things out because of those introduced chemicals.  If you believe that "antidepressants fix a chemical imbalance" please see the following topic:


Again, chemical imbalance is a myth. Stop the lies, please

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