How do you survive depression?
Counselling, medication, support, friends
Someone can survive postpartum depression by talking to other and letting them know how one feels. It is also advised to consult with a family doctor and make sure that he or she is aware of what is going on with one's health. A doctor may refer someone to join a group for other mothers that have postpartum depression to help one through the bad days.
Would a totalitarian form of government have formed in Germany if the Great Depression had not occurred?
The rise of the Nazi party was accelerated by the Depression but nationalism might have propelled them to the forefront without it. The failures of the Weimar Republic had already destroyed German prosperity long before the Depression. Additionally, the war reparations and territorial losses were a source of continued bitterness in Germany. There was no easy way for democracy to survive.
Education was horrible in the great depression. Unlsess you call learning to survive on your own education. Many schools actually closed during the great depression. Most children couldn't even afford to go to school, or didn't even get a chance to go. So many children and youths were uneducated and unemployed, this was the main reason the NYA (national youth adminsitration) was created.
Women of the great depression were virtually invisible, they were expected to stay in the domestic sphere and the depression was seen as an all male issue. Work was very scarce for any one, man or woman and women were not expected to do anything. Women were looked down upon because they took work away from men. Many single women, out of desperation and starvation, sought out prostitution as a way to survive.
Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of the New Deal was to ease the economic hardship faced by many during the Great Depression. While not being able to end the Depression, the New Deal did preserve the people's confidence in America's institutions and government. The relief measures of the New Deal were considered a success. While there were a few radical elements during the Depression, they never attracted large numbers of people. Even the Communist Party did…
Ireland was hit particularly hard by the Great Depression. Employment in the mining and industrial areas were at 70 percent. Millions lost their jobs and had to depend on the government dole to survive. One reason it hit so hard was because the United Kingdom had not fully recovered from World War I.
Since the Depression was essentially a worldwide event, most did not migrate to other countries. In the US, many who were impacted by the southwest dust bowl migrated to the Pacific Coast. And many men took to the road looking for work and leaving their wives and children behind. Beyond that, however, people tried to survive where they were.
to assure the elderly that if another event like the Great Depression were to occur, elderly would be given a type of 'allowance' so that they could survive through hard times. During the Great Depression the elderly couldn't find jobs or were unable to work so social security was invented to bring aid to the elderly and disabled.
His radio addresses were called Fire Side Chats. The radio addresses to the nation, during the Great Depression, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt were called, "Fireside Chats." His "chats" indicated that the President was confident that the US could survive and defeat the Great Depression. They instilled confidence in the government under his leadership. MrV