We made it! – Top 100 WordPress Growing Blogs List!

Thank you all for visiting this blog.  You help us achieve our goals of helping people who are reaching for help and knowledge about psychiatric drugs.  You help us get the truth known to many.

On October 2, 2008 Wordpress named us number 75 in Growing Blogs!  This is a very big deal because there were 1,317,190 active WordPress blogs in the month of September and over 3.6 million WordPress Blogs overall.  Wahoo!

See all the stats for my site by visiting WhoLInks2Me dot com.

Keep clicking!  Keep sharing!  Keep asking questions!  Keep leaving comments!

We will get the word out to one and all!

Much love and thanks!

Your Friend

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5 Responses to “We made it! – Top 100 WordPress Growing Blogs List!”

  1. Grahame Says:

    Congratulations. Keep up the good work

  2. Your Friend Says:


    Thanks! Will do!

    I appreciate you posting some of my articles! 🙂

    Your Friend

  3. Jenna Says:

    CONGRATS! What you’re doing for mankind is so great! This blog is informative and beyond helpfull. I have no doubt it will continue to climb, expand and save many lives.


  4. Your Friend Says:


    Thank you! I hope that you keep coming back to visit and help people with your wise advice, too! I know you know a lot of about nutrition which can be very helpful.

    Your Friend

  5. Troy Says:

    Congrats on the success! This blog is much needed because the mainstream media won’t even touch the issue due to advertising spends:

    “Pharmaceutical companies spend nearly twice as much on marketing in the U.S. as they do on research and development (R&D) (Gagnon and Lexchin, 2008). There has been an upward and accelerating trend in spending on DTC advertising. In 2005, $4.2 billion was spent on DTC advertising (United States, 2006), compared with $1 billion in 1997 (Huh and Langteau, 2007). Yet drug companies spend more promoting prescription drugs to physicians, according to the GAO, $3 billion more than to consumers in 2005 (United States, 2006). ”

    Please feel free to copy and paste these two articles on the use, overuse and side-effects and antidepressants, as well as other proven alternatives:




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