If you feel down for more than two consecutive weeks, it could be a signal of depression. It’s particularly difficult to admit you have a problem if you’re a black woman. However, you should know that this condition is not a sign of weakness or a negative personality. It is a major public health problem that affects many people.
Here’s the list of all types of depression: Continue reading
You’ve just given birth to a wonderful baby, still you’re not feeling thrilled about that. In fact, you’re feeling unhappy, weepy, moody, and irritable. Don’t worry! Baby blues are perfectly normal. New moms often feel better after getting some rest and help with their babies.
However, if your baby blues continues for more than two weeks, then maybe you’re experiencing the postpartum depression. You should continue reading to find out more about it. Continue reading
If you’re depressed or you once were depressed, it’s important to recognize these 3 steps that lead to depression. If you recognize these steps and deal with each one of them appropriately, you’ll be able to prevent becoming depressed. Continue reading
If you are a depressed woman, you’re probably asking yourself why you feel so gloomy, what is the cause of your depression. First, you need to know that, as a woman, you’re two times more prone to depression than men. Female depression is different from male depression. Depressed men tend to blame others, feel angry, irritable; ego inflated, suspicious, guarded, restless, agitated, and create conflicts. While women tend to behave and feel just the opposite when depressed.
This means you’re probably lying somewhere in a fetal position, covered with blankets and pillows, hoping that everybody will leave you alone. You’re pondering over and over the same dark thoughts, like a broken record. You’re blaming yourself for the condition you’re in.