Depression is very far-reaching, and there's nothing you can do about it. You shouldn't be ashamed of your feelings...
Latest research suggests that as many as one in three mums suffer symptoms of depression following the birth of their children, during pregnancy or in the early years of their children's lives.
This morning Kate is by joined Rachel Dobson and her husband Stuart. Rachel suffered from post natal depression and is hoping her story will help other mums. Dr Hilary will also be joining Kate.
One story making the news today is that house prices are forcing adults to live with their parents, almost two million young adults now still live at home.
We'd love know what you think about this-do you still live with your parents? Or do your children still live with you? And if you've moved out... What do you miss most? And what's the best thing about flying the nest?
We have made progress... but there is still a lot to do
Shadow Deputy Prime Minister (Deputy Labour leader) and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Harriet Harman QC, joins Kate to talk about being a woman in politics.
Harman is the longest continuously-serving female MP in the House of Commons and is also the latest politician to take to the airwaves with a regular phone-in radio show on LBC.
According to a new survey, more couples are just asking for cash as a wedding present instead of gifts. How do you feel about that?
Is it practical, or a bit awkward for guests? Maybe you asked for cash at your wedding?
Next week on Lorraine we are going to be debating whether or not the father should be present at the birth of their child.
We want to hear your opinion - what do you think? Vote in the poll below...
[The response to the news] has been overwhelmingly positive.
England footballer Casey Stoney has announced she's having twins with her partner Megan Harris. The 32-year-old, who captained Team GB at London 2012, joins Kate to talk about the pregnancy and her decision to speak out about her sexuality earlier this year.
I felt that somebody was there for me.
This month the Samaritans launched their Talk To Us campaign, raising awareness about their 'round the clock' service. Last year the charity responded to 5 million calls for help, the highest number for five years.
Joyce Gibbs reached out to the Samaritans after falling into a deep depression and having suicidal thoughts. She says the phone call saved her life and now she's a volunteer herself. We speak to her and her husband Brian.
Bigger women have the best love lives, according to a new survey. Apparently women who call themselves 'a bit wobbly' said they had more fun - and 70% of women agreed that body confidence grows with age.
We'd like to hear your thoughts - do you feel more body confident NOW than you did ten years ago? And what age did you feel the happiest with your body?