Monthly Archives: November 2010

When All You Want is Out

Clinically, we call them Escapist Fantasies, but for many women this term simply does not fit the bill.  For many moms these do not feel like fantasies- they are more like noble truths that can not be debated. “I can’t … Continue reading

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Thankful.

In light of Thanksgiving, I thought I’d take a minute to talk about the not so popular piece of postpartum depression and anxiety.  The benefits.  Yes, I know, this feels REALLY far fetched when you are smack in the middle … Continue reading

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Come Visit Me at Postpartum Progress

I am honored to have been asked to be a regular monthly contributor at Postpartum Progress.  Please come visit this amazing resource and spend time with me there, too!

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The Postpartum Earthquake

Having a new baby is like a little earthquake, is it not?  Everything around you shifts and moves with the birth of that little one.  And then, wham, just like that you are needing to reestablish your new relationship to … Continue reading

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The National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) Speaks up About PPD

The NIMH is encouraging new research and understanding around issues of PPD and other mental health challenges in Perinatal women (conception-postpartum).  To read about new efforts at extending awareness, visit the NIMH Director’s Blog. Hopeful, indeed.

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