Category Archives: dads

When Dads and Partners Just Don’t Understand

Do you feel like your spouse/partner can’t get what you are going through?  If so, come visit me at Postpartum Progress.

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Tips for Postpartum Dads and Partners

Postpartum Support International has many invaluable tips for moms and families who are struggling postpartum.  I encourage you to check them out. Today, I will share one of them because this has been a week of understandable frustration between the … Continue reading

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Resources for Dads

For Dads who may be struggling, the following are useful resources to have handy: Postpartum Dads Project Postpartum Dads Postpartum Men Free PSI phone chats for Dads

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New Research Reported on Dads and PPD

It’s a hot topic today…. A recent meta analysis that was presented at a news conference sponsored by the American Medical Association today is showing that 10% of new dads will develop symptoms of depression during pregnancy or in the … Continue reading

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When Dad is sad too…

I wrote a brief post a few weeks ago about the realities of postpartum depression for dads.  And for those of you who missed that post, yes, it is true.  This article printed in the Chicago Tribune, says that up … Continue reading

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Dad Teams Up…

I received a call from a Dad the other day who was concerned about his wife.  Their baby had been born 3 weeks earlier, and he was aware that something was just not right.  She wasn’t interested in anything, it … Continue reading

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