I hate to say this but Mr.Lynch is right. Anti-depressants are now taken by a large majority of people from all backgrounds. It does control or help control a chemical imbalance. If someone doesn't take their prescription then they would be more likely to be aggressive.<quoted text>
Is this Sgt. Fossa? Whoever it is, let me tell you that I was going to CVS to recieve my BLOOD THINNER medication. I have a mechanical heart valve. The Paxil is taken due to "a subconcious depression condition" that is a direct result of open heart surgery.
You should do your research before you open your trap! The reason that I believe this could be Fossa is due to your obsession with my medications. You were quoted in the paper as pointed out the paxil over the six other meds that I take for my heart and lung issues. You singled out this Paxil during a conversation with my father at the Mayors office.
I have nothing to hide! Let me tell you that Paxil is taken by police officers, firefighters and many former and presnt military personal. You need to get over this Paxil BS. I understand that you are pulling at straws.
Yes there are side affects but that is still better than not taking any medication at all. Many co-workers and family members take anti-depressants without any one knowing it. This is so other people don't get the decades old stereotype of someone whom is crazy and needs meds.
Anti-depressants is a very common medication now prescribed. Too bad it was not a common prescribed medication back in the 20's, 30's and 40's. It would have saved alot of lives.