Sir Paul McCartney has admitted he visits psychiatrists to overcome his insecurities and discuss family problems.
The former beatle, currently embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with estranged wife Heather Mills, also finds songwriting a great therapy, but he makes an appointment with a shrink whenever he needs some extra emotional support.
He says, "You can be in an argument, or feeling down, and if you're lucky enough to be able to write you go into a corner and work your way through the emotions.
"I've seen psychiatrists in my time, so songwriting hasn't always worked. It's not a bad idea to have someone to talk to. It's normally over family matters."