Free Online book, “Psychiatric Drugs and Your Child’s Future”

Has your child been diagnosed with Bi-Polar, ADHD, an Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD), Anxiety Disorder or Chemical Imbalance?  Has your child been prescribed Ritalin, Adderall or any other antidepressant or antipsychotic drug?  Are you considering taking your child to see a psychiatrist?  Do yourself and your child a favor by reading a free online book about this very subject.  If you have a child who is not in this category you should still read this book so that you will be prepared for such a situation, as their are millions of children being prescribed antidepressants.

This book is issued as a Public Service.  Fight for Kids is a website designed to help educate parents on this very subject to prevent drug dependency.  It reminds you that you are the expert on your child.  Who knows your child better than you?  The book walks you through what you should do to investigate the cause of your child’s symptoms. 

The vogue thing to do now is to manage your own health.  Your child deserves the same.

The free online book can be found at http://www.fightforkids.org.

The book suggests the following recommendations for reading:

Mental Health Care: What is the Alternative to Psychotropic

Drugs, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (Los Angeles,

CA), 2008, www.cchr.org.

 

The Side Effects of Common Psychiatric Drugs, Citizens

Commission on Human Rights, 2006, www.cchr.org.

 

The ADHD Fraud: How Psychiatry Makes “Patients” Out of

Normal Children, Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD with Craig Hovey,

2006, www.adhdfraud.org.

 

No More ADHD, Dr. Mary Ann Block (Block Books, Texas),

2001, www.blockcenter.com.

 

Is This Your Child?, Dr. Doris Rapp (Quill Publishing), 1991,

www.drrapp.com.

 

Enjoy!

 

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