The purpose of this book is t to cast blame on any individual but rather to shed light on the lack of education among healthcare workers in this country regarding dangerous pharmaceuticals. Drug companies are pushing their products on doctors with one purpose in mind: to get rich. Physicians want to please their patients who want quick fixes to their problems. This is a dangerous combination. Doctors are trained by big pharmaceutical companies who do t have the interest of sick people at the heart of their work Many uninformed, trusting people become accidentally addicted to these prescription medications given to them by their doctors who want to please their patients. Physical dependence on drugs, like benzodiazepines, are a monumental problem in this country. Little is kwn by healthcare professionals about how to withdraw from these addictive substances. People can become addicted in a short period of time. Trying to come off the drugs, even under a doctor's care, leaves them experiencing physical, mental and emotional symptoms that can be unbearable. Healthcare workers don't recognize or kw how to treat symptoms of withdrawal leaving the patient feeling alone and desperate in their healing. No one told them these drugs would replace the work the nervous system was used to handling making this vital system longer able to do its job. Since the nervous system controls so many aspects of our physical and mental requirements, the patient is bombarded with symptoms in every system of the body: brain, heart, lungs, digestive system, vision, hearing, muscles, even smell. Patients find they are unable to function mentally and physically. The nervous system is the most important system in our body and takes the longest to heal. This book is a true record of an individual who became accidentally addicted to prescription pills, given to her by her physician, and the nightmare that followed trying to withdraw.