There’s a trial and error element when it comes to finding an antidepressant that actually works for you. While we still have many questions about what happens when you get on one of these drugs, we have a lot more questions about what happens when you get off. Rachel Aviv in The New Yorker: The Challenge of Going Off Psychiatric Drugs. “Antidepressants are now taken by roughly one in eight adults and adolescents in the U.S., and a quarter of them have been doing so for more than ten years. Industry money often determines the questions posed by pharmacological studies, and research about stopping drugs has never been a priority.” (Full disclosure: Those last seven words also appear in the NextDraft mission statement.)