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We’re the leading UK charity in supporting families suffering from perinatal mental illnesses. Join us for 8-9pm on Sundays
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PANDAS Jun 22
Your generosity enables us to provide peer support for families who are struggling with pre and/or post natal mental illnesses. Please follow the link below if you would like to donate to Pandas today. Thank you so much for your support. 💚
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Isabella & Us Jun 22
Last week I launched my campaign to produce an enamel pin to raise awareness of & to promote positive wellbeing in mummies.
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PANDAS Jun 22
*Trigger Warning* This lady bravely shares her experience. If you have suffered a traumatic birth, that has resulted in you suffering with Post natal depression, we are here to support you. Please call us on 0843 28 98 40
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PANDAS Jun 22
Take one step at a time, we are here to help support you and your family when you are ready.
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PANDAS Jun 22
Please click the link above. Thank you so much for choosing to support Pandas. We appreciate every donation to help us keep going forward, to help and support you. 💚
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PANDAS Jun 22
Hello Annie, if you contact Annie at Annie.belasco@pandasfoundation.org.uk she may be able to help with your request. Thank you.
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PANDAS Jun 20
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PANDAS Jun 19
Repeat after me: bad moments don't make bad mamas. I am remembering this as another challenging tea / bath/ bed-time approaches....and breathe! Remember we're here for a chat if you need us - PANDAS helpline is open 9am – 8pm every day: 0843 28 98 401 (5p per min + usual rate)
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Maternal Health Jun 19
Great thread from our Campaign Champion explaining how Mother and Baby Units support the parent-infant relationship
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Perinatal Positivity Jun 19
"I had no concept that...anything would go wrong, especially before the baby was born." Many people we spoke to were surprised or embarrassed that they struggled in pregnancy & early parenthood. Mental wellbeing issues can affect anyone, it's important to look after yourself too.
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PANDAS Jun 19
An honest account of depression from a new dad. Thanks for sharing your story Ross, and for helping to normalise conversations about mental health in our society
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PANDAS Jun 18
A bit of fun on a Tuesday morning...which Tom Hanks are you? I’m totally the Castaway version today, especially as I got a bit sunburnt yesterday 😅
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PANDAS Jun 18
We asked our parents who have struggled with their perinatal mental health if they would like to thank a friend, a husband, a neighbour or a father figure on emotional reading!
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PANDAS Jun 15
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you feel you need some support, it is tough being a parent. You don't have to go through it alone. Please contact us on 0843 28 98 401 We are here to be a listening ear and give advice if needed.
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NCT Jun 15
One in ten men will experience postnatal depression - here's what to look out for:
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PANDAS Jun 15
Here's why these dads are revealing (nearly) all for mental health awareness. It's great to see fathers raising awareness for Postnatal depression in men. PANDAS are here to help if you feel you are struggling. Click here
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PANDAS Jun 13
Don’t forget just how strong you are
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Jodie Nutt Jun 12
Replying to @Pandas_uk
The health care providers I saw post partum while hugely struggling encouraged me to consider my own health- ‘a happy mum is a happy baby’, if that message can get through antenatally that can only be a positive thing.
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#Hellomynameis Petra Jun 12
Agreed. Less judgement/pressure for those who're struggling to breastfeed. And more - ongoing - support for parents regardless of their feeding choices (or lack of choices)
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PANDAS Jun 12
"We are positive regarding todays news of less pressure being put upon parents to breast feed. We hope that encouragement of CHOICE for parents will only continue to work towards de stigmatising breast feeding. And that mental health will take priority first" PANDAS FOUNDATION
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