Young Woman Kills Herself: Sister Writes a Letter of Remembrance

First paragraph reads:  "She had stopped taking her prescribed antidepressants cold turkey and after a couple of weeks decided to call her doctor. The doctor without seeing her or finding out what condition she was in, telephoned a prescription for another drug to the Rite-Aid pharmacy. She said she felt better the next day and seemed that she was recovering. She was having a really hard time with thinking straight but thought the new pills were working for her. The night of the incident, she had been laying on the couch. Without anyone else knowing she told her 8 year old son she was going to take a walk. She never came back. We are losing so many people these days to suicide and it seems many of them have a common thread. Prescribed antidepressants.

http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/hbo/2009/jul/09/sis-law-missing-cindy/

Sis -In-Law: Missing Cindy

Posted by DFO at 8:23 a.m. on July 9 Comments (4)

Sis-In-Law: I am her (woman hit by train) sis-in-law here in Idaho. I miss her so very much. She came here at the beginning of the month. She had stopped taking her prescribed antidepressants cold turkey and after a couple of weeks decided to call her doctor. The doctor without seeing her or finding out what condition she was in, telephoned a prescription for another drug to the Rite-Aid pharmacy. She said she felt better the next day and seemed that she was recovering. She was having a really hard time with thinking straight but thought the new pills were working for her. The night of the incident, she had been laying on the couch. Without anyone else knowing she told her 8 year old son she was going to take a walk. She never came back. We are losing so many people these days to suicide and it seems many of them have a common thread. Prescribed antidepressants. Full comment below.

DFO: Just a reminder to pay attention to what JeanieS said yesterday ­ regularly loved ones come on here to post remembrances of those killed or severely injured in North Idaho accidents. Please be considerate of them and don’t post smart-aleck remarks under threads about them.

Hello mnkee271 and others that loved and are concerned about Cindy. I am her sis-in-law here in Idaho. I miss her so very much. She came here at the beginning of the month. She had stopped taking her prescribed antidepressants cold turkey and after a couple of weeks decided to call her doctor. The doctor without seeing her or finding out what condition she was in, telephoned a prescription for another drug to the Rite-Aid pharmacy. She said she felt better the next day and seemed that she was recovering. She was having a really hard time with thinking straight but thought the new pills were working for her.

The night of the incident, she had been laying on the couch. Without anyone else knowing she told her 8 year old son she was going to take a walk. She never came back.

We are losing so many people these days to suicide and it seems many of them have a common thread. Prescribed antidepressants.

Here is a link to let people know what sort of things might happen to those you love if they are taking these horrible drugs.

http://www.ssristories.com/index.php

You may have to copy and paste the above URL into your address bar, I dont think that is linkable.

I just want to say that Cindy left 3 wonderful boys that she loves with all her heart. They have been the most important things in her life. She loved to travel and was planning on going back to Maui this summer. She had been looking for work here locally to help fund her trip. She has left behind many of us that love her dearly and we sure wish she was still here.

She has been my little Sis for 35 years and I could always count on her to help others anyway she could. A loving, giving and caring person. Rest in Peace Cindy, we will all be watching out for the boys and I’m sure you will be too. Love you Always and Forever!

I will continue to spread the word on how dangerous pharma drugs can be, not many listen, but maybe some will.

Your big sis.

http://www.annybelle.org