Adele has been praised as "incredibly brave" by the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) after speaking out about battling post-natal depression.
The singer's openness will "help break the stigma" around the condition, the NCT added.
The 28-year-old revealed she suffered from post-natal depression after giving birth to her son Angelo, now four, and admitted that she felt like she had made "the worst decision" of her life.
In her interview with Vanity Fair magazine, she added that she was now "too scared" to have another child.
Sarah McMullen, NCT head of knowledge, said: "Adele is incredibly brave for speaking out about her battle with post-natal depression.
"Her honesty will help break the stigma around post-natal depression and stop women in the same situation feeling so alone."
She told the magazine: "I think it's the bravest thing not to have a child; all my friends and I felt pressurised into having kids, because that's what adults do.
"I love my son more than anything, but on a daily basis, if I have a minute or two, I wish I could do whatever the f*** I wanted, whenever I want. Every single day I feel like that."
Asked about having another baby, she said partner Simon Konecki's daughter from a former marriage was her "get-out-of-jail-free card", adding: "I'm too scared. I had really bad postpartum depression after I had my son, and it frightened me."