Re: "The Rest of Your Life"
Originally Posted by Wonderful Monds
Are you really suggesting that a person who is manic depressive should just accept it and be okay with being manic depressive?
Originally Posted by Bob Sheed
It's not a black and white issue. Some people...many people, need medication. I said that in my original post, and I don't think anyone is arguing that.
What I am saying is, maybe we should look at external causes like environment, habits, etc, FIRST before reaching for the magic pills with side effects "that you will need for the rest of your life."
2nd time I have said as much in this thread. And yet still responses like this one. I'm beginning to understand more why the Pharmaceutical companies have been so successful.
...Although it is worth adding that if Big Pharm had its same stranglehold throughout history that it does now, then there would have never been any Pablo Picassos, no Janis, no Doors, no Nirvana, no Appetite For Destruction, no Pet Sounds, no Beatles, none of it. They'd all be working at Home Depot, calm as hindu cows. But really that's a separate discussion from this one.
Phillips declined to speak for reporters, but Cueto minced no words.
“I see that I have great numbers,” he said. “I thought the way I pitched this year, I’d have a chance to go to the All-Star Game. I don’t know what happened. I don’t if know the manager of All-Star Game is pissed at me because I went out with one of his girlfriends.”
Last edited by Bob Sheed; 04-11-2013 at 04:15 PM.