Originally Posted by ZephyrusX
If you look at advertisements for anti-depressants and Ambilify (a fairly new drug marketed that is suppose to be taken with other anti-depressants), quite the few of them deliberately target the 'super-mom' - a working, professional women that comes home and takes care of her kids (and husband!). I thought that was crazy at first and didn't believe it, but yah... it is true.
I always thought clinical depression was indiscriminate; why is it marketed towards women then? Probably because the majority of people who get anti-depressants are women.
And it's the trendy thing, or so I'd assumed. I figured drug ads were like fashion trends-a new malady for every season.