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Depression in Women Sometimes sadness is feeling blue where someone just needs a caring friend or family member who can offer encouragement Sometimes sadness is much more Severe sadness can cause frequent crying spells sleeping too much or eating too much or too little Women may resort to drugs or alcohol to make the pain lesson What starts this kind or severe sadness It can begin with a painful experience such as divorce the death of a loved one a lost relationship or a troubled marriage It can also begin with an event from childhood such as physical emotional or sexual abuse Some women have Chemical Imbalances which cause them to be severely sad and complicates them being able to solve everyday problems Severe sadness is a type of illness called depression and can be treated Twenty-five percent of women are expected to experience depression at some point in their lives Depression effects many women in todays society and many of them do not understand what i t is Women also do not know how to identify the signs or symptoms of depression No one is immune from depression and it affects everyone from personal experience to depression in a family member Depression is defined as the act of being sad the state of being depressed or low in spirits Depression interferes with normal functioning and can cause problems with work family and friends Serious depression can destroy a family life as well as their own life Melissas life was going very well for her She was recently married and starting her new life Melissas life starting falling apart as she got news about her mother Her mother had cancer and wasnt going to make it Soon her mother passed away and she was left feeling abandoned and alone She felt as if a part of her was gone and that she wouldnt be able to go on Melissa and her
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