Depression and working women

Depression has become prevalent amongst working women, with more than 65 percent of women, especially minority working class women going without proper treatment.

Since these women are so busy with work and household activities, their children face a grim future if their mothers are dealing with an undiagnosed condition.

A good alternative would be to bring preventative measures into the working place where these women could seek therapy and aid while still fulfilling their professional obligations.

1 Comment

  1. YC said,

    November 3, 2009 at 5:17 am

    Women tend to be more vocal than men about their emotions. I wonder if working-class males are dealing with the same problem.


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