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Samaritans 23 Nov 15
Should more be done to talk about, and diagnose, in mothers?
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Miki Perkins 22 Nov 16
hey just saw this, so great you wrote about and overcoming it. x
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PANDAS Feb 23
The signs and symptoms of perinatal anxiety! Becoming a new mum whether you are pregnant or have just had your baby is scary, and it’s okay to find it overwhelming! You are only human 💗
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Susan Ayers Aug 30
If you are pregnant please consider taking part in this research
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Heidi Anderson 23 Nov 16
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Smile Group 5 Sep 18
A really helpful post from about - which are a symptom of & yet are so rarely discussed:
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PANDA 6 Jul 17
Thanks to all our amazing supporters who donated to our recent EOFY appeal to help raise awareness about
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Dr Ellen Grimås 31 May 16
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Asher Center NU 21 Aug 17
Replying to @AsherCenterNU
Sometimes, MDD does not act alone. Anxiety is common in pregnant women who have depression.
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c 12 May 17
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💦 Carolyn R Hastie 💦 30 Oct 18
I was thinking you may be interested in what is doing with Flinders using to quell
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Dr Vicky Fallon Sep 5
Looking forward to presenting a collection of our latest research tomorrow
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Sophie 18 Nov 15
I'd like to thank for setting up & Through these I've found out I wasn't alone.
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MadeForMums Jan 28
So true 🧡 We know there’s a big difference between and , and we’ve talked about it on the site. And we’re always here in the comments to listen... if you’ve got a story to share 📸: .labornurse . . . . . .
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Kelda Folliard Dec 17
Delighted and honoured to have been awarded a Florence Nightingale Foundation Research Scholarship! Not only supporting my work on but giving me the opportunity to learn from an incredible network of inspirational nurses and midwives. Thank you !
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Australian Rotary Health Apr 25
3 women talk candidly about their post-natal mental illness. Read more...
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Sarah Wheatley 31 Jul 17
Here's a chat between me and Caroline of the Finding Mum blog, to talk about . It's SUCH an...
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Monash Public Health 13 Jul 15
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CPA_SCP 16 Aug 18
approximately 20% of pregnant and new moms experience anxiety and related disorders? And that can affect expecting and new parents of all genders, ages, and backgrounds? Check out our new fact sheet to learn how psychology can help.
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Sue 16 Feb 16
Kent mums & dads would you be interested in an online support group for &
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