Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) drugs are commonly referred to as antidepressants.
They can lessen the symptoms of moderate to severe depression and are also relatively safe and generally have minimal side effects on people. Regulation on SSRIs vary by country and to my knowledge, do not fall under a restricted, scheduled, or otherwise moderated category. Which means being caught with an SSRI will not involve any mandatory sentencing or punishments. (Please correct me here if you know otherwise)

Antidepressants have worked miracles in many people's lives, but that is not without a little negative side to it (as most drugs do have). SSRIs have received some negative reputation in instances where people decide to abruptly stop after an extended period of time. This cessation of this type of drug often causes major rebound depression and insomnia and has led some to suicide.

Do you think they should reclassify SSRIs or do you see that they are fine as they are now and more focus should be put on educating people about how this drug type works? Also, if you have had any experience with SSRIs please share how it has affected you, whether positive or negative. Or if you have any questions on your mind about the topic feel free to ask here as well. :)

(SSRI drugs are citalopram, dapoxetine, escitalopram, fluoxetine, fluvoxamine, indalpine, paroxetine, sertraline)