‘Depression is not a bad thing’ – Majid Michel drops antidote for depression


Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel has dropped advice for those depressed, telling them to calm their nerves because it’s not the end of the world for them.

According to the actor, there’s no way that all people’s problems can be resolved on earth. He also maintained that suffering doesn’t end until death, hence, untold hardship people face will continue unabated.

Majid was speaking against pastors who take advantage of people’s problems and promise them heaven on earth.

In a TV XYZ interview, Majid Michel said Pastors should cease making such statements to their congregations, arguing that such comments are untrue because people are constantly dealing with depression, which is also a sort of sorrow or hardship.

“Pastors should stop telling their congregations that their troubles are over. That’s a lie, your trouble will only be over when you die”.

He added that “depression is not a bad thing, depression is your inner spirit indicating to yourself, your conscious mind that where we are is not good, let’s move on”. The actor emphasised that depression is not a bad thing for people to experience, so people should not be concerned when they get such moods