There is a myth that it takes willpower and motivation to control an illness such as depression. People, in their good intentions, repeat to the person that he/she has to react, to be encouraged, to do and to happen. However, they do not know the dimension of the depressive's impotence to fulfill what they ask of him.
Work is one of the ways to exercise citizenship, so the negative effects of unemployment can be diverse. Many psychologists believe that occupation is associated with the worker's health, since it also means socialization, security, social recognition and can reinforce the worker's sense of control over his life. Thus, the absence of work added to the financial and social restrictions imposed in this situation can directly impact the emotions of the population.
Postpartum depression is much more than just passing sadness. It is a common disease - it affects between 20 to 35% of women - but serious, which can and should be treated. Not only because it can “steal” the mother of the opportunity to enjoy what is for many women one of the happiest moments in their lives, but also because it disturbs the well-being of the mother and possibly her baby.