Dead Wrong: How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child

(Last Updated On: November 6, 2017)

DeadWrongIf you have a child who has been told they are overactive, anxious or depressed (or if you know of any loved ones with children like this) chances are they may have been recommended medication.

Before you consider any medication I urge you to watch this film, buy it for yourself and your local mom’s group and share the message.

We need to keep our children off dangerous psychiatric medications, which are holding them back from reaching their true potential and very likely harming them and in some cases causing suicide.

Please watch this film and for the sake of our future generations help keep our kids drug free.

James Colquhoun – Producer Director, Food Matters

One Mother’s Story

The truth about psychiatric drugs is getting out. This film is the story of one mother’s quest to find out why her happy, outgoing son committed suicide shortly after being placed on psychiatric drugs. What she discovered was that suicidal and homicidal impulses are well-known side effects of these drugs.

She says:

Had we been told the truth about the dangerous effects of the psychiatric drug our son was given, he would be alive today.

Psychiatrists claim their drugs are safe for children but once you hear what eight brave mothers, health experts, drug counsellors, and doctors have to say, you will conclude that these psychiatrists are dead wrong.

About Dead Wrong

From the makers of the award-winning documentary, The Marketing of Madness, comes this searing new documentary, exposing how devastating, and deadly, psychiatric drugs can be for children and families.

Behind the grim statistics of deaths, suicides, birth defects and serious adverse reactions is the human face of this global drugging epidemic revealing the personal stories of loss and courage of those who paid the real price.

The DVD is available at Food Matters.

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