From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything. It is even noticeable in the way you speak and express yourself in writing. The World Health Organisation estimates that more than 300 million people worldwide are now living with depression, an increase of more than 18percent since 2005, having more tools available to spot the condition is certainly important to improve health and prevent tragic suicides such as those of Plath and Cobain.
It will surprise no one to learn that those with symptoms of sexual depression suffer the severest depression of all. As according to the research published in the open access journal BMC Public Health, an organisation in Denmark-
“It is not surprising to learn the effect of experiencing sexual harassment from supervisors, colleagues or subordinates in the workplace may develop more severe symptoms of depression than employees who experience harassment by clients or customers because they had a significantly higher risk of clinical depression.”
However, the observed associations may thus largely be reflective of women’s experiences. The cross-sectional observational design of this study does not allow for conclusions about cause and effect. Also, the use of self-reported data that relied on participant recall may have led to sexual harassment being under- or over-reported.Despite these limitations, the authors suggest that it is important to investigate sexual harassment from clients or customers and sexual harassment by colleagues, supervisors or subordinates as distinct types of harassment and to identify methods to prevent sexual harassment and the development of depressive symptoms.
International Woman’s Day is observed on the 8th March every year. It was started since the year 1975 when United Nations passed its resolution to observe this day after a prolong struggle to protect and promote the rights and liberties of the women in different parts of the world, particularly in the western world. It also informed to all that the only women make a society so let the women folk be promoted and uplifted.
Theme of the International Women’s Day 2018 announced by the United Nations as “Time is now:Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women’s Lives” The theme shows all those activists who work for the upliftment of the gender equality as human rights need to work more as transforming is on the way to come as the time waits none.
Thus, the International Women’s Day become the world’s women’s Day through many movements around the globe. Here, Clara Zetkin of Germany, Alexandra Kollontai of Russia, and Lucy Burns of United States were also among the women leaders and supporters who framed this historic day as international women’s day.
Thus, it is the challenging task for all to overthrow traditional and unconditional concepts and thought which have its eclipse for many centuries as the most common and global zero tolerance. Thus, dear citizens of the world, let’s make free in concepts and thinking with or without gender as the rights and liberties of our citizens.