A Movie Review on “Prozac Nation”

Here is a comment and link everyone, especially parents, should check out, after reading the following review:

“Been waiting for a post like this. I found an amazing provider. Now I know the FDA does not like these companies. They shut another one down. This company is strong. With a mouth swab they test for every drug under the moon. I wish I could upload a screenshot. Come to find out I don’t have the gene to process any SSRI. Of course, the medical community wants to sedate me lol! Also I can’t have Valium. It is an 8 page assay. I have passed this information along to everyone I know with suicidal teenagers at home. The test covers hundreds of drugs your body can’t handle or can. As we know S. Too many suicides and mass shootings have occurred right after someone was medicated. My doctor said, if I had caved and took the prescription they kept pushing lacking the gene for SSRI. I would have been one of the doomed. You have a larger audience. Would you look at http://www.genomind.com? It even does meds like blood pressure and siezure meds ect. My doctor told me no one should prescribed with out this assay. Like I said, I am strongly encouraging everyone I know to get this. It takes one week for results and even my crappy state insurance paid for it. Don’t worry about leaving this post up. I have no need for privacy anymore gave them the finger!”

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Whispers In the Wind

“Prozac Nation”, starring Christina Ricci as Elizabeth or as everyone called her, “Lizzy”, is one of my favourite movies.
The following is my review on what I believe “Prozac Nation” says to me, as the viewer, and the themes it explores. I finish my review with my thoughts on what would help Lizzy, and my thoughts on “pills to cure mental illness”.

There are two quotes in the movie that I want to share, as I believe it helps me explain the point I am trying to get across. I think they both show how Lizzy (with no medication) thinks before she takes them, and the second one shows how she feels after taking the medication.

The first quote refers to when Lizzy gets her Anti-Depressants from the pharmacy and how she feels about taking this new “medication”. Lizzy discovers this is how her society “helps” or “numbs” mental illness…

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