25% of modern women are on pills of some sort. If you have any choice at all with women, though, you should not be dating these girls on pills.
In the 2019 psychological horror movie Midsommar, a girl with psychological problems accompanies her boyfriend and his pals to a weird cult festival in Sweden. The movie itself is bizarre. And it's pure fiction (and rather extremely so. The director dreamed up a death cult more depraved than the ancient Aztecs or Assyrians... and placed it in modern hippie Sweden).
However, there is one moral present in the movie I think is worth a highlight: don't date women on pills. Or women with severe psychological issues, for that matter.
In the same year that movie premiered, 2019, 23.70% of Americans were on a psychiatric drug. That includes things like:
- Antidepressants (13.40% of the population)
- Antipsychotics (3.53% of the population)
- Mood stabilizers (7.40% of the population)
... and a host of other assorted brain-altering cocktails.
These pills have all kinds of effects on the brains of those who use them.
The numbers are slightly higher for older adults. But not much. 18-44 year olds make up 36.5% of the American population, and 33.8% of the American pill-using population.
The sex differences are stark. Women are 67% more likely to use psychiatric drugs than men are. If you go out enough, and meet enough women, you are going to meet a lot of women on pills.
What should you do with these women?
Should you treat them as normal?
Or should you treat them the same way their psychologist does -- as people who have something wrong with them -- and stay away?