Children can suffer from depression and anxiety. Depression is deeper than the normal feeling of sadness that can happen to any child while growing up. Depression is deeper and may interfere with their normal activities, schoolwork and interests. Anxiety looks different from depression in that it is defined as deep feelings of worry and fear. Anxiety affects a child’s sleep, eating and behavior. Here are five behaviors to look for in your child that may mean he or she is suffering from either anxiety or depression.
The emotional challenges of fighting depression for stay-at-home moms. According to a poll in 2012, it was found that between 28-41% of stay-at-home moms were diagnosed with some form of depression or overall sadness. This compared to between 17-34% of employed women who felt similar feelings of depression or sadness. No, this doesn’t validate the […]
How to tackle the common problems many women face after their pregnancies? Some women seem to be able to deliver a baby, shrink back to their pre-pregnancy weight, and start multi-million dollar companies the week after. Of course, most women struggle a bit more than that and that is why it is so important to […]