I suppose if you're on anti-depressants it would be a good idea to remove guns from the home....
Not a proposal - but if you're wife is taking her homemaker happy pills you might want to think twice about the Glock in the drawer.
Unfortunately, they don't teach common sense in the schools..
Anti-depresseants and anti-pyschotics are taken for any number of reasons, many of which have nothing to do with suicidal tendencies or violence problems. Before you two crown yourselves doctors and decide what type of risks people taking medication represent, perhaps you should both be educated on the issue. It isn't related to common sense.
Buy into the fact that we're never going to catch all the crazies. That if we want to allow gun ownership, there will be cases of misuse and there will be deaths related to it. Then, the next time someone stands up and tries to restrict firearm ownership you can happily tell them you'd rather accept the tiny risk involved and NOT trample on people's rights.