BEL MOONEY: Put away the Prozac. Feeling sad ISN"T an illness


BEL MOONEY: Put away the Prozac. Feeling sad ISN"T an illness

Put away the Prozac: Feeling sad ISN”T an illness

2:26 AM on 7th July 2011

As a third of women admit using happy pills, Bel Mooney, who has resorted to them herself, says

Not always the answer: Bel Mooney should know after having once used “happy pills” herself

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Doctors are so rushed that they would rather dole out drugs than listen to their patients

Easy solution Doctors are so rushed that they would rather dole out drugs than listen to their patients

Sir Winston Churchill called his own depression the

Troubled: Sir Winston Churchill called his own depression the “Black Dog”

Yes, we all get miserable - but it will pass (picture posed by model)

Have hope: Yes, we all get miserable – but it will pass (picture posed by model)