logo
logo

Medicalising everyday life doesn’t help anyone’s mental health

avatar
Tom Cruise
Jul 15, 2019 09:35
img

Imagining it is increases untrue expectations and puts pressure on an already stressed NHS.

I have a rising sense of nervousness about the Americanisation of British civilization’s attitude in the direction of mental health.

In the 1980s, British listeners grinned bemusedly at neurosis laden Woody Allen movie and the regularity with which American TV and cinema preserved notions of meds, therapy, and interferences.

Also Read: Skipping Breakfast Means You Are Increasing the risk of heart disease death.

To a British ear, the characters of these human tragedies could seem self-regarding, silly and self-absorbed; the facts of fun to be pitied for their incapability to uphold a stiff upper lip and their unfamiliarity of the influence of a strong cup of tea.

Also Read: Women Are Higher In Number As Compared To Men In Every Corner Of Globe: WHO Report.

collect
0
avatar
Tom Cruise
Jul 15, 2019 09:35
guide
Zupyak is a free content platform for publishing and discovering stories, software and startups.