The Mother-to-mother Postpartum Depression Support Book: Real Stories from Women who Lived Through it and Recovered
“I thought I was the only one...”
After she gave birth to a bouncing baby girl, Sandra Poulin felt like crying. And she did—for months. But they weren't happy tears—Sandra felt worthless, could hardly sleep, and had thoughts of death. Like too many mothers around the world, Sandra had no idea that this common but baffling condition had a name: Postpartum Depression...
“Shouldn't this be the happiest time of my life?”
What kind of mother, some might wonder, could feel depressed after having been so richly blessed with a baby? The answer: every kind, women from all walks of life, from all over the world, younger and older. And here, in a unique collection, are their stories of battles with PPD, with intimate details about the symptoms, the struggles, and the strategies that helped them emerge victorious.
Written by mothers, for mothers, this collection is an uplifting, enlightening—and perhaps even lifesaving—book.
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Mothers Whose Recovery Included Hospitalization 146 17. Recovery from
Postpartum Psychosis 155 18. Postpartum Depression Mothers with Grown
Children — Looking Back 167 Final Thoughts ... 177 Appendix A What Is
Whose. Recovery. Included. Hospitalization. Mothers like me — who experienced
severe postpartum depression — wondered in their stories whether or not they
would be "better off" in a hospital. Prolonged weeks or months of insomnia and ...
Recovery. from. Postpartum. Psychosis. Ft ostpartum psychosis is rare. Mothers
who are stricken with PPP need immediate medical attention. According to
Postpartum Support International, only one or two per thousand women
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Mothers Overcoming Sleep Deprivation
Mothers Overcoming Fear and Anxiety
Mothers Overcoming Thoughts of Suicide andor Infanticide
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