Don't waste money on expensive therapy, give up your time for someone else
Julie Burchill reckons that athesists are too busy being intellectual to help anyone.
Those wonderful atheists are obviously too busy doing something intellectual to be bothered with helping others.
She also believes that depression is on the rise because:
a. People are less religious than before
b. People do less voluntary work than before
the Christian presence has stayed constant as middle-aged women have been tempted into more self-regarding activities. And as this has happened, their levels of depression have risen, because religious faith and voluntary work are the twin tried-and-tested pillars of happiness.
If you feel the self absorbed La Burchill needs correcting you might leave a comment on the article at the Times website, linked above.