Posts Tagged: motherhood

What I Need: Guest Post

I didn’t need these until I had babies. Well…that’s not exactly true. I needed these awhile ago. But I wasn’t willing to accept I needed them until I had babies. You see, motherhood was the thing that pushed me over the edge. It was also the thing that saved me. For most of my life… Read more »

A Newborn Stranger: Caroline’s Story

Caroline shares her story of learning to build a relationship with her infant son. Not every mom experiences a rush of love and connection at the moment of birth. Caroline illustrates beautifully that sometimes it takes time to build a relationship, and that is completely okay! When I was pregnant, all I wanted was to… Read more »

Erin and Katrina

I am the Board Chair of PPPSS, a former client and passionate about PPD. I was hospitalized many times when Kegan was a baby for PPD. I honestly believed he was better off without me and waited too late to ask for help. Perhaps there is value of telling a more acute story and coming… Read more »

We’re In This Together: Steph

I was happy to participate in the We’re in this Together campaign because the knowledge that so many other moms were going through the same thing as me was so comforting throughout my personal journey. I wouldn’t say I am happy to have gone through my PPD struggles, but the fact that I came out… Read more »