I second that. Another thing I have read is that those who just start taking anti-depressant medication are more likely to commit suicide. One hypothesis is that medication can also elevate energy levels. Should the medication do that before helping with the depression, a suicidal but tired person might suddenly find the energy to kill himself.
The article mentions suicide but what about the people who go bonkers and kill other people (with or without the incident ending in suicide)? There are many anecdotes about people on anti-depressant drugs doing such horrible crimes. I have long been of the opinion that the mindset to commit suicide and the mindset to commit murder are similar, and that if some medicines make it easier for someone to commit suicide, the same medicines might make it easier for a disturbed person to commit murder. That's just my unscientific opinion developed by watching the news over the years.