'Subtle Suicide' Destroys Lives of Millions; Often Misdiagnosed

There is the "old Sherry" and the "new Sherry" -- the depressed girl who had electroshock treatment after two suicide attempts, and the woman who learned to make a commitment to living. "It was a pretty amazing turnaround," said Sherry Pontosky, now a 35-year-old neonatal nurse from northeastern Pennsylvania who, at her worst, was so drugged on antidepressants and antipsychotics that she said she lost a year of her life. "I never feared death," she said. "Even in the teenage years, I muddled...Full Story
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