Guns, Grief & Wrong Targets

“According to a 1984 study, ‘Extreme anger and hostile behavior emerged from eight of the first 80 patients we treated with alprazolam [Xanax]. The responses consisted of physical assaults by two patients, behavior potentially dangerous to others by two more, and verbal outbursts by the remaining four.’ A woman who had no history of violence before taking Xanax ‘erupted with screams on the fourth day of alprazolam treatment, and held a steak knive [sic] to her mother’s throat for a few minutes.”


“Guns, Grief & Wrong Targets” from Issue 2 of The Hard Truth Magazine.


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