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Its a Family Affair - The use of Psychotropic Medications

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Tonight Trish will be joined by our special co-host A-Author/Researcher/Survivor, Ms. Lynn C. Tolson, 'Beyond the Tears-A true survivors story.' 

Ms. Tolson has researched the use of Psychotropic Medications and even begins her memoir with her attempted suicide from the years of dark nightmares and emotions from her years of incest and violence. She's shared with us many great writings from waking up in a psych ward to the various side effects of medications.

Many of who have suffered depression or anxiety from life's many up's and down's know the psychiatric pharmaceutical companies thrive at our risk. The side effects of these types of drugs are extreme and some come with no longterm reasearch on how it impacts the developing brain of children. 

Join in with Lynn and Trish tonight beginning at 9pm eastern for an indepth look at some of the more commonly used medications which are often prescribed as if it were a daily chocolate bar. Know the risk of what drugs are being used on your children and if they are actually needed, Perhaps there is something bothering them lately which results in their over active behavior or maybe they are just being teenagers, children who have their own thoughts & personalities. 

This is sure to be an intense conversation as we look at how we expect our children to conform to appropriate societal behaviors, and will even take the risk of permanent twitches & nerve dysfunctions, simply because they are not listening.

Call in with your thoughts or shares at 347-215-7754 or connect with our amazing Butterfly Helpers in the chatroom. Learning; It's a Family Affair. A community outreach broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. 'Trish McKnight' Owner/CEO