Missing Paid Family Leave. How Online Therapy Helps. Link Between Blood & Depression.

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Aug 1, 2017 · 4 min read

As in many work environments, women aren’t paid as well as their male co-workers in many industries. Along with a large pay gap, in general, women experience bullying in the workplace and subsequently depression. In the U.S., more than half of the country has experienced some type of depression. How can we make a healthier and happier situation for everyone? Read my Editor’s Letter for my thoughts on this subject.
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