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The effect of being unable to gain access to truth is having to live the lie for the rest of your life forgetting what you were and altering where you were headed In the book Listening to Prozac these points are proven to be true in lives of the individuals on Prozac In Obriens book In the Lake of the Woods John and Cathy are examples of what happens to your life when you suppress the truth The Essential Epicures gives a lot of wisdom toward why this happens how it effects us and what we can do to solve the problem All these books help to understand the effects of being unable to gain access to truth and suppressing the truthIn Listening to Prozac Prozac just suppresses the truth instead of actually helping the person This is turn keeps the person from accessing the truth and this is what they want so thats why they take it As you become more and more dependent upon the drug the harder it is for you to access the truth People become so dependent on Prozac because they are trying suppress the truth and they know as soon as they stop taking the drug they have to deal with these truths all over again Tess had a lot of problems growing up starting with an alcoholic for a father She had to carry the weight of the family on her shoulders because her mom didnt want to deal with it any more Since she was depended upon most of her life she wanted to have someone she could depend upon and thats why she married men who she typically had problems She married an abusive alcoholic man and had affairs with married men She couldnt understand why this was and she felt as if she was trapped Because of this she turned to prozac as a way of suppressing her true self This was her way of
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