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Rapid onset of action of Amineptine on depression

Ken Collins KPaulC at email.msn.com
Tue Aug 3 04:06:51 EST 1999

i stand on what i've posted.

the understanding that i addressed in my previous post has been actively
withheld from folks who suffer by folks who seek to 'profit' through the
sort of 'alchemy' that's in the stuff of your msg... they've no idea why 'it
works', nor any idea whether it does 'work'... they 'just' do it be-cause of
the 'profits' inherent.

too often, such amounts to Murder in the name of 'profits'.

if the understanding that i addressed in my previous post had not been
actively withheld folks, by now, folks'd have no 'need' for consigning their
nervous systems to chemical 're-engineering'.

they'd understand that, when 'life' is hard, the thing to do is lift-up one
another, and they'd =do= so... and such would spread the essence of what's
Good in us flowing throughout Societies, like a benevolent tidal wave.

K. P. Collins

Sodah wrote in message ...
>It wouldn't hurt people to do a little research on the description of
>_clinical_ depression, its nature and its modern treatment.  For example,
>is fairly well established that clinically depressed patients respond
>to a combination of psychotherapy (i.e. "understanding") _plus_
>antidepressant drug therapy, than to either therapy alone.  What you
>fancifully refer to as 'chemical short circuiting', happens to be in
>practice, 'what works'
>Ken Collins wrote in message ...
>>sometimes what appears to be 'apathy' is 'just' a rational outcome of
>>done all that one can do in the face of 'difficulty'.
>>and =always=, the thing to do with what's been referred to as 'depression'
>>is to acquire understanding... =never= to 'short-circuit' the nervous
>>by attempting to chemically 're-engineer' it from outside.
>>there are other requirements which are outlined in AoK, Ap8.


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