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Deborah Greenhouse Jan 16
3 positive screens for today. 3 new moms struggling. 3 conversations that wouldn't have happened otherwise. 3 moms who will hopefully get help and feel better soon. 3 babies who will be better off. Screening is important.
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Alpha Psychiatric Associates Jan 14
With , feelings of sadness & anxiety can be extreme & might interfere with a woman's ability to care for herself or family. Read our article 'All you need to know about Postpartum Depression'to know more
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Lilo *OfBillHandel* (Google the agency he owns) 8h
I just need someone to tell me I'm not stupid and that I'm liked/loved. My spiral is bad right now.
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Amy Jan 18
There needs to be a nationwide holistic program that doesn’t rely on OBs to spot . Pediatricians need to be trained too. The screenings & suggestions for help I’ve gotten have been poor, like general references to “resources” & an outdated list of counselors.
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Amelia Birch Jan 17
I am so happy to reveal a project that I have been working on. You may know that I’ve been recovering from . that journey led somewhere meaningful. Check out . A place for mothers to connect. For safety. For decreasing stigma & isolation.
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Prof Somashekhar N Jan 15
needs more discussion from the medical community. With more evidence of epigenetic influences emerging and the impact of early child development especially with executive function having long term impact into adult life.
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Ivana Poku Jan 12
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Lilo *OfBillHandel* (Google the agency he owns) 9h
I can't wait for the day that I don't feel didn't steal my life from me. I want to feel normal again.
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anna.belle_wrestler 16h
is not as beautiful as it seems🤔 many changes are going on in your and it is not eady to adjust to them😰 also does not help
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Brenda Jan 14
Are you dealing with postpartum depression or know someone who is? Read this blog!
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PSICTChapter Jan 13
If you are looking for a local and support group in , , "Moms Circle FCT" is a new group with monthly meetings held in Trumbull. Get notified of upcoming meetings/join their private FB community here !
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Effie’s Grace LLC Jan 12
Lets focus on this comment and create positive policies which support mothers and babies “I had crazy postpartum anxiety — I’m now proudly medicated — and my therapist said to try doing something with my hands,”
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Dr. Raushanah Jan 13
This has to change! This was one of the reasons I wrote "Prehab Before Postpartum"
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PalisadesWomensGroup Jan 16
Have you recently had a baby? Postpartum depression is real and can sneak in before you realize it. The time after baby is born is hectic but tune in to your feelings and know the signs. Visit for 7 ways to cope with .
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Olivia Allen Jan 15
Whether we know it or not, we all know someone who has struggled with . Early detection and intervention saves lives, and it's going to take a sea change to implement. Thrilled to see doctors getting support for improved capacity to identify and treat PPD!
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Mothers in Science Jan 15
Let’s play a game and test your knowledge about . Answers at the end - don’t cheat! Q1. When does PPD *typically* arise?
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Samrina Hashmi Jan 13
Replying to @samrinahashmi
can hit some women harder than others due to lack of sleep, an ill infant who may need extended hospitalization, lack of family support, hormonal changes and a woman’s own expectations of motherhood.
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HARCollaborative Jan 17
This interesting study analyses the metaphors that new mothers use to describe . Could we use this data during interventions to help determine when to screen for PPD and how to intervene?
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