Posts tagged Postpartum Depression

4 Ways to Cope with Postpartum Depression

A lot of women feel depressed or down during the first weeks of giving birth. Many of them are often confused because they expect themselves to feel happy or relieved now that they have brought their baby home. Often, they think of themselves as a bad mother for feeling this way. Studies suggest that more […]

Coping with Postpartum Depression

You’ve just had a baby. For several months, you’ve looked forward to seeing your child. With the arrival of your little one, you expected to be celebrating and basking in new mom bliss. It is supposed to be a joyous experience. But as you hold your child in your arms, you find yourself crying and […]

Living with Postpartum Depression

You just delivered your baby. People expect you to be celebrating the arrival of your baby and be eager to bring him/her home. But instead of basking in new mom bliss, you feel like crying. You may feel emotionally fragile, overwhelmed or tearful. No matter how much you look forward to the delivery of your […]

Postpartum Stigma: How We Can Help Break the Silence

Becoming a mother doesn’t come without challenges. It often presents a multitude of challenges for several women. Postpartum depression is one of them. Postpartum depression is one of the most common complications of childbirth. In fact, it affects about 500,000 mothers every year. In spite of the high prevalence, most women choose to suffer in […]

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