Trying to Be 'Supermom' Can Raise Risk for Depression
By Jenifer Goodwin
August 20, 2011
Working moms are less likely to show symptoms of depression than stay-at-home moms, a new study finds. However, working moms who don't cut themselves any slack and have unrealistic expectations about how easy it will be to balance work and family have higher levels of depression than their more laid-back counterparts.
View the HealthDay article: http://consumer.healthday.com/Article.asp?AID=656099
Keywords: supermom, raise risk, depression