Chris Cornell’s suicide is just so hard to understand. And to his widow Vicky it’s “inexplicable.”
In the following statement early on Friday, she
The family is apparently looking to blame the drug medication and are hoping the full postmortem decisions support their subject that Chris’ suicide was not his own idea.
It may sound bizarre for a drug used to treat feeling, but one of the rostered side effects of Ativan, the brand name of lorazepam, is suicidal ideation and suicide attempts.
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I can’t believe they situate Chris Cornell on Ativan. You don’t situate recovering junkies on benzos. They’re highly dangerous& addictive.
Sean Kent (@ seankent) May 19, 2017
ppl in convalescence:
Pls don’t make capsules just b/ c dr prescribes them.
Ask debates. Do research.
He NEVER should have had an Ativan script. https :// t.co/ lpk8Rn 627 liter
Amanda (@ recoveringmama) May 19, 2017
I TOTALLY blame large-hearted Pharma on sucides like this. Zanax, Cymbolta, Ativan, all of them – they are deadlies that do more suffering than good. https :// t.co/ GxitKzne1 0
D’Ann (@ DAnnStelly) May 19, 2017
First Prince , now Chris Cornell. And the “war on drugs” is on seeds that do nothing but help people. Perfectly incomprehensible.
Mr. Mircea (@ mistermircea) May 19, 2017
I trust Chris Cornell’s lineage when they say suicide would not have resulted were Ativan not involved. That pharmaceutical is notorious
Paper Sailboat (@ papersailboat) May 19, 2017
Do YOU conceive Ativan justification Chris Cornell’s suicide?
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