Posts Tagged: support

Helping your partner fight postpartum depression

At first it seems like all you need is each other and a lot of preparation. Yes, you’ve heard babies change everything. You know it’s a big responsibility, a major lifestyle change. But you’re up for it. The two of you get ready, decorating a room, going to appointments, stocking up on more diapers than… Read more »

Everything Will Change

Article by Amelia Muir At six months everything will change. That’s what I thought. For six months I could do anything, live with anything, endure anything. I could give everything to my baby because that’s what a mom should do, and because eventually it would change. At six months baby will stop waking up every… Read more »

How Long Does PPD/A Last?

By Andrea Paterson Many women suffering from Postpartum Depression and Anxiety want to know how long they can expect their symptoms to last. We all wish that there was a magic cut-off time when we could expect our mood to return to “normal” and knowing that the condition is temporary can be healing in and… Read more »

Men and Postpartum Depression

By Kelley Allen Fathers are typically recognized for the supportive role they have in their partner’s recovery from postpartum depression and/or anxiety. However they are often overlooked in research and health care as potential sufferers of postpartum depression (PPD). Studies show that one out of every ten fathers experience PPD during their transition to parenthood,… Read more »