Psychosocial Assessment Paper on Willow Weep For Me

The memoir Willow Weep For Me by Meri Nana-Ama Danquah is a very insightful source of literature as it gives a black woman's firsthand account of her experience with depression. The memoir details how clinical depression affected Meri Nana-Ama Danquah as a family member, a writer, a black woman, and a human. Danquah explains in the memoir that depression coexists and interacts with personal and social events, history, and circumstances. She makes the reader realize that understanding depression requires the integration of social norms about gender, class, race, sexuality, and one's likes and dislikes.

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