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Iris-Anda Ilies Jun 25
DADS (with baby under 1yo) NEEDED FOR RESEARCH STUDY examining social media use and paternal mental health in the postnatal period. Please help by taking part in the survey below or RT. Thank you! 🙂
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Ivana Poku 35m
Replying to @Tal_Imagor
Hi Tal, I started my business after I overcame with the goal to support other mums. I was still struggling when I started and up until today, I deal with anxiety, but I'm driven by the passion to support other mums who need help. Happy to share my story!
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Susi Lodola MIACP Counselling & Psychotherapy Aug 28
I will be on Ireland AM tomorrow around 8.30am answering questions on . Tune in, if that is a topic of interest to you! Let's keep the conversation open around PND and remove any stigma.
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RaindropsToRainbows Sep 15
Inspired by . This is a photo of Stephanie, our founder. This photo has never been seen before today, this is while she was in the midst of her Postnatal Depression...
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Carmen Marcus Jun 17
I need your words. When my wee dude was born I had a surge of . I wrote about it during 4am feeds. My new mum friend painted about it. Now we’re doing an exhibition and would love to share your experiences too. .
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Untangled_PND Feb 19
If anyone wants a stall please contact me on carawhite84@icloud.com please share
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PMHP UK Aug 1
Its .If you are a mum who is suffering from & want to continue to breastfeed,there are many safe antidepressants.We teamed up with to create this helpful video . Viewed 6000 times!
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Carrie Ladd Apr 13
🚨 🧰⚒ being updated - 400 great resources to help those affected by problems & those supporting them 🤱🏼🤰🏽🤦🏻‍♂️Know of any new or amended additions worth sharing? DM me thanks! 👍🏻
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The Counsellors Café Jul 27
Debbie Horsfield says postnatal depression helped her write Poldark 'Screenwriter reveals feelings of wading through permanent fog after daughter’s birth'
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Centre for Psychological Medicine (PU-CPM) Jan 29
You are not man enough Postnatal depression in men is not REAL These are just a few misunderstandings people have about postnatal depression in men and Prof Viren Swami is here to debunk 6 myths of PND in dads. Link to the article
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Becky Davies Nov 4
is an evil, fast-working, determined little b*st*rd
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Ella Glenn-Buchanan Apr 8
I am looking to speak to any male sufferers of postnatal depression about their experience and how they dealt with it! The interview will be part of a magazine article. Thank you!
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Chiltern Samaritans Aug 18
Pregnant and depressed: 'I feared they'd take my child if I admitted how I felt' ⁦
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British Homeopathic May 21
"No more anti­depressants! I never thought for one moment that I could have lived without them. I never in a million years thought I would be writing something like this. There is always hope and homeopathy!”
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Talk Liverpool Jun 8
is the type of depression that happens after having a baby. Like other forms of depression, responds well to treatment. Talk Liverpool may be able to help if you are experiencing symptoms of PND.
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Annemarie Schumacher Dimech Jun 17
Gender equity in health research and practice goes both ways. An informative article about in fathers sheds light on ' experience with their new role and risk of depression.
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ERAC Drive Magazine Oct 8
“I became vocal about my postnatal depression because I wanted women to start talking about it more, that they shouldn’t be ashamed of admitting that they are struggling” Ash Ahmad
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Pram Chorus Nov 6
Our group with running a group for and is on again TOMORROW Thurs 11-12 at St Mark’s Church, Rowfant Rd, Balham. Do come along if you’re a and feeling low & struggling.
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sara lewis Sep 13
Started today at a charity called mums zone. It's a charity for mums with postnatal depression. They being there babies in and do yoga. I am so happy to give my time to this
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