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Rose in Chicago Dec 3
The holidays are a tough time for many ppl. A lot of people struggle in silence, and new moms experiencing depression / anxiety often feel guilty asking for help. Friends, please check in on the new moms in your lives.
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Kirsten Carruthers 6h
2 years ago today I joined the club. . That first year was the hardest year of my life. . I had , a needy newborn and a spirited 2 year old. Hard. . It completely broke me open. I was so…
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Mothers in Science Dec 9
"These interventions could have an impact across generations, because better maternal mental health is linked to babies’ healthier development"
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PSNAfrica Dec 3
Can you relate to this?😁💜, sleep is important moms, sleep deprivation puts you at high risk for postpartum depression. .
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TunzaMama Dec 8
A traumatic birth, induction, physical + psychological pain after birth, colicky baby & breastfeeding struggles - one mom's experience with postpartum depression. Please know that help is available. cc
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Magnolia Home Care Service Dec 4
Symptoms of Postpartum Depression If you or someone you know has just given birth, you must be aware that postpartum depression occurs to 10% of women after a traumatic event. Read more:
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Miami Center of Excellence 7h
is complex and life changing, but it's not just for mommies who just gave birth. Adoptive parents and Dads are at risk too.
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CHEMFIT LLC 14h
Women’s Wellness: Postpartum depression is more than the baby blues
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HaltonParents 2h
New baby in the past 12 months? Experiencing depression or anxiety? This FREE one-day group therapy workshop may be just for you. Lunch and childcare provided. Click the link for more details and to register: ^tk
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PSNAfrica Dec 9
This season moms, take one day at a time. Ask for help when you need it. Say "no" when you have to. When you feel overwhelmed, take a break. Rooting for you 💜. .
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CMHA_AB Dec 9
Managing maternal mental health in winter months: according to Statistics Canada, nearly a quarter of moms who recently gave birth experience feelings of or an disorder.
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Rebecca Fox Starr Dec 9
Oh my, , I am so humbled! Thank you so much! I can’t wait for you to read book #2, “Baby Ever After: Expanding Your Family After Postpartum Depression” 💙
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mymommysposts Dec 4
I partnered up with Elena Brooking , NLP certified Practitioner and personal coach and asked her five important questions about . click the link to hear what she had to say 👉🏻👉🏻
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CHEMFIT LLC Dec 9
Prompt treatment is important, and Mayo Clinic experts say it works.
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DukePsychiatry Dec 2
Women of color and low-income mothers are several times more likely to suffer from than the general population but less likely to receive treatment. This story highlights some of the barriers they face.
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Rebecca Fox Starr Dec 9
Well, , I meant to link to THIS, I guess this is what happens when a mom/author tries to compose a tweet while making toast for two sick kids! Very on brand, I guess. Thank you, again!! 💙💙
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Ivana Poku Dec 2
"As he says, Marek was not even a father of the babies at the time he experienced this overwhelming anxiety, and still, looking after them had a great negative impact on him."
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Miami ObGyn Center Dec 3
Winter can be a difficult time to become a new mom. , , and can all work together, but it's important to talk to your doctor about what you're feeling.
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SAGE Health Research Dec 3
This study's aim was to gain insight into the experiences of men whose partners had as a foundation for intervention and program development
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PSNAfrica Dec 5
Mental health checks should be normalized for moms, no mother should have to hide and suffer in silence. Maternal mental health matters 💜. .
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