Depression in Women

Depression in Women

 

Depression doesn’t discriminate. It affects both genders.  But it affects men and women differently.  Let’s look at possible causes for depression in women.

 Increased risk for depression in women may be caused by a blend of genetic, chemical, biological, hormonal, environmental, and social factors. It appears there is no one root cause. . . . → Read More: Depression in Women

post partum depression

post-partum-depression

 

At the age of thirteen, I gleefully announced to my mother and my aunt that I wanted thirteen children. I didn’t know about post-partum depression. Both my mother and my aunt nearly fainted. My mother made a comment about not wanting to baby sit. Already in love with music, I wanted a baker’s dozen plus one so . . . → Read More: Post Partum Depression: The Down Side of Pregnancy