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In May 2005, Tom Cruise, a Scientologist whose beliefs frown upon psychiatry, condemned Brooke, both personally and professionally, for both using and speaking in favor of the antidepressant drug Paxil.As Cruise said, "Here is a woman and I care about Brooke Shields, because I think she is an incredibly talented woman, you look at [and think], where has her career gone?Shields gave a tearful speech, referring to the many times she and Michael Jackson shared and briefly joked about his famous sequin glove.She also mentioned Jackson’s favorite song "Smile" by Charlie Chaplinwhich was later sung in the memorial service by Jermaine Jackson." Shields responded that Cruise's statements about anti-depressants were "irresponsible" and "dangerous." She said that he should "stick to fighting aliens" (a reference to Cruise's starring role in War of the Worlds as well as some of the more exotic aspects of Scientology doctrine and teachings), "and let mothers decide the best way to treat postpartum depression." The actress responded to a further attack by Cruise in an essay "War of Words" published in The New York Times on July 1, 2005, in which she made an individual case for the medication and said, "In a strange way, it was comforting to me when my obstetrician told me that my feelings of extreme despair and my suicidal thoughts were directly tied to a biochemical shift in my body.Once we admit that postpartum is a serious medical condition, then the treatment becomes more available and socially acceptable.Although she was not the only one, Shields had what was required to promote women's athletics Shields has been married twice.From April 19, 1997, to April 9, 1999, she was married to professional tennis player Andre Agassi; the couple had been together since 1993.
She said it would have occurred earlier had she had a better self-image.
The illness may have been triggered by a traumatic childbirth, the death of her father three weeks earlier, stress from in vitro fertilization, a miscarriage and a family history of depression, as well as the hormones and life changes which were brought on by childbirth.
Her book, Down Came the Rain, discusses her experience, contributing to a greater public awareness of postpartum depression.
Even with school the next morning, he rehearsed the quintet to exhaustion. Joseph hadn’t wanted him in the group at first, but Mother insisted, even though she would concede privately, “He doesn’t know his left foot from his right.” Marlon refused to quit though and practiced constantly. For no reason I could understand, our father singled out his first born son for the most punishment.
For up to eight hours straight, the same notes, the same words, the same moves, repeated until everyone memorized them. I used to ask Mother why Joseph treated Jackie so badly. he just never liked him.” As if that made it all right.