Facts About Women and Depression | Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month. The month of recognition began in 1949 to raise awareness of mental health conditions and mental wellness for all. At Crossroads for Women, depression is a very common problem for clients. Here are some facts about depression and women in particular: About one in every eight women can expect to

Managing the Emotional Aspect of Pain

A recent article found on CNN.com talked about how living with chronic pain can hurt personal relationships. Michael E. Geisser, a professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Michigan, states in the article, “It has been shown that relationships in which one partner has chronic pain tend to be more strained, have

Drug Addiction Affects Women of all Ages and Backgrounds – Even “Marcia Brady”

Maureen McCormick will always be known as Marcia Brady to us. In actuality, the beautiful, fun-loving character that every girl wanted to be like was struggling with some serious issues that would lead to drug addiction, bulimia, depression, paranoia, two abortions and a whole host of other problems. At 52 years old, Maureen is talking