These issues are related to the screening of family issues and psychosocial factors affecting directly and indirectly an individual’s life. In Case of Marie, her mother had a history of depression when Marie was a teenager. Her mother used to stay on bed for full day and even for few days continuously at times. When the GP asked her if she had any suicidal thoughts she said no as she has children who are teenagers; so it can be the case that Marie is somehow affected by her mother’s state in her teens (Andrews, 2001). She does not want her children to face the same problem and she is negatively affected by that state of her mother. Marie’s husband has undergone a surgery for bowel cancer and since few months she is only one who is taking care of her four children, unwell husband and aging parents and because of this she has not got time for herself to enjoy with her friend which she use to do at soccer club. Continuous illness of her husband, over stress due to work pressure from home and business and taking care of all must have affected Marie’s mental health. Due to over stressed responsibility, she lost interest in eating and is suffering from the problem of sleeplessness. She is even facing relationship problems at every front as she has adolescent children with whom clashes with parents are common and she is the only one to face them as her husband is not in a state to take any responsibility.