Depression (major depressive disorder) is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects thoughts, emotions and behaviours.
Stress is often defined as the body’s response to the demands of life, though stress also involves emotions and the mind.
Anxiety can mean nervousness, worry, or self-doubt. Sometimes, the cause of anxiety is easy to spot, while other times it may not be.
Eeveryday stressors can strain an intimate relationship, and major sources of stress may threaten the stability of the relationship.
Some women do develop more serious health problems that can threaten their own and their baby’s well-being, sometimes even their lives.
Emotional problems experienced by children that manifest in aggressive and socially unacceptable behaviour with a disregard for rules.
Young people who self-injure may do so as a method to cope with stress, hurting themselves as a way to control their upsetting feelings.
It may be indignation and resentment, or rage and fury. Some repress their anger and withdraw; others may be more defiant and destroy property.
Grief is a natural response to loss of important things/persons. It might be the loss of a loved one, relationship, pregnancy, pet, job, etc.