Londoners spent £24 million on antidepressants this year and it's only August!
The lowest expenditure (£500K) was, of course, in Kensington and Chelsea where a two bedroom flat can cost million or two.
Listen to Baden Powell & Dulce Nunes: Tristeza & Solidao:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZ0_11WjC4U&feature=related According to the previous census on religion in London, most Christians were in Northwest and Northeast. Chelsea and South Kensington is Southwest. Religion once again does not protect against anything and certainly not depression. Money matters.