Fresh Air, Fresh Perspectives

| April 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Bev­erly Vote

It is esti­mated that over sev­enty per­cent of women diag­nosed with breast can­cer expe­ri­ence some level of depres­sion or feel­ings of being over­whelmed. Yet it is reported that the stud­ies for depres­sion and anx­i­ety are not always accu­rate because women do not always speak up or report their emo­tional dis­tresses to their loved ones or physi­cians. They don’t want to worry their fam­ily or doc­tor and believe that their psy­cho­log­i­cal needs aren’t as impor­tant as the phys­i­cal dis­ease. The degrees of emo­tional stress after a diag­no­sis of breast can­cer often range from…Read the full story… sub­scribe to BCW!

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