Lot of things are normal in Nigeria because of the structure of our society. According to (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), to distinguish between insane and sane people we need to acknowledge the cultural and subculture factors which make it really difficult to identify abnormal people in Nigeria society because everything seems really normal to Nigerians.
We obviously can’t define what a good mum is, but there are so many things we can engage in, so as to improve ourselves on daily basis, to equip them in balancing up their roles, as well as maintaining emotional steadiness.
2% in 5% people are facing mental illness problem, while 4% in 5% find it very difficult to maintain a good mental health in Nigeria, but due to the stigma attached, they are counteracts from seeking treatments and good life choices, which has denied millions of promising young ones the opportunity to solid life chances to plan ahead for their future, the ability to be productive and privileges to impart the society.
We may not be privileged to control or change definite situation we sometimes find ourselves, but we can choose our happiness with the way we approach lives and also evaluate and improve relationships communications and experience in all ramifications.
Depression, or major depressive disorder, is a mental illness that causes feeling of unhappiness, loneliness, hopelessness and helplessness, which usually lead to suicidal thought or actions. It affects an individual’S thinking, feelings and functions.