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Angelina Spicer 10h
Crowd funding fees are a B*tch! What you see is NOT what we take home. If you still want to support our mission hit Keep digging in the bottom of your purse and dust off those ashtray quarters, they can still be put to great use!
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Hayley Childers 16h
I made an appointment with a therapist. Baby steps. One day at a time. I will get better eventually.
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Mandy Dineley 24h
I am so allergic to & have had the same reactions myself, so scary, my face swells & it takes two weeks for it to calm down. Newspapers used to set me off, I am allergic to nailpolish, anything nail related so far. Highlights only now
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Postpartum Depression PPDKenya Apr 17
Earlier today, our team was at Akshar Healthcare Facility for the program. The program seeks to provide psychoeducative talks to pregnant women, new moms and dads, as part of raising awareness
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Tayler Johnson 5h
Also welcome to the face of looks happy right well you are wrong. Very wrong.
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Marinus Pharma Apr 17
"Realizing depression and anxiety are normal reactions to the types of stress experienced by new moms and dads is critical. Let’s acknowledge that is common,” Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett of urges.
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Abeer 👩🏻‍⚕️ Apr 10
= Done 😍😍😍😍
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Victoria Atkinson Apr 10
I genuinely am curious about this. were advertising this new hair dye which is PPD free certified, but the ingredients state PPD? I’m very confused. Is it PPD free or not?!
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Heininger 4h
If the world would use his REAL name...Wesley Cook...you would be asking, “Why didn’t he sit in that chair In Bellefonte, PA years & years ago?“ Oh, and Krasner ... U suck. The End.
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Marinus Pharma Apr 12
“People often associate postpartum depression with feeling blue. The reality is, mothers don’t feel blue when suffering from , they feel colorless, grey and opaque. Depression has darkened their lives.” -- Tonya Fulwider of @mhafcinc and
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Reece Jordan Doonan, RN Apr 15
Would you look at that for a 1st attempt at suturing! 😃
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Sarah Smith-Frigerio Apr 15
Replying to @abgutman
Mental health communication scholar here (hopefully PhD in a week, when I defend my diss 🤞🏻), interested in how folks create digital media spaces for peer support, advocacy work & to combat stigma found in more traditional media surrounding mental health concerns. survivor.
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Alyson Lischer 12h
Are you a mama struggling with body image? Get support and gain more comfort in your body. Learn to embrace your body in motherhood. Register at .
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Caroline James 23h
very important to get with a if you have a as isn’t the only ingredient which can cause , I reacted several years ago and my GP just assumed it was PPD so I avoided it but was still reacting 1/2
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Postpartum Depression PPDKenya Apr 13
Silenced by fear Women of color are less likely to get treatment for postpartum depression because they fear they’ll be judged too quickly or harshly by child welfare services. Research shows those fears may be justified.
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Social Justice Bard 📢 Apr 13
Yup. Within 6 weeks of my son being born, I was so sick I was having dreams he was in bed with us but died (we never coslept w him), was miserable, feeling unattached, lonely and suicidal. If my hubby hadn’t come home from work unexpectedly early one day I’d be dead.
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Dr. Tamar Gur, MD, PhD Apr 17
Excited to be joining from to discuss Postpartum depression on tomorrow from 11:15-12! Let's shed some light on this prevalent and devastating illness!
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glitter&gucci. Apr 13
I think shortly after me having Harper I got but I never recognized it. I assumed I was still grieving Addison. Maybe it was both 🤷🏽‍♀️
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Miss Eve Mua 24h
Currently on This Morning, Megan from Love Island Allergy to hair colour, will post a link
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Aryann🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 Apr 17
Waiting eagerly for dada 😃
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