Monthly Archives: May 2011

Another Welcome is Due

In the last several weeks, we have suddenly had a flow of new subscribers to this blog.  So, I wanted to take a moment to welcome all of you- again, or for the first time- to what I hope to … Continue reading

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Why Mindfulness Matters

Come and be mindful for a moment… At postpartum progress.  We are talking about it!!

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Some Strategies for Stress Reduction

Being a mom can be a stressful feat- we are pushed and pulled and twisted both internally and externally and there are times, for all of us, that we feel like we just might crack.  Moms who are struggling with … Continue reading

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We’ve Been Nominated for Top 25 Mental Wellness Blogs by Moms!

It’s such an honor… Come and vote for us!

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A Music Video for All of the Wonderful Moms Out There.

This video comes to you from Yes…. You are all strong indeed. You can watch the video here.

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Mothers’ day Rally For Moms’ Mental Health

Okay folks… you are in for something special.  This Mother’s Day, Postpartum Progress is hosting 24 solid hours of “letters to moms” with the intention of providing a  whole day of support, information, and encouragement.  Contributors consist of PPD survivors, … Continue reading

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Are Moms Who Give Birth in Fall or Winter More Likely to Develop PPD?

Here is one of those studies that leaves us with a desire to learn more.  Is it possible that Moms who give birth in fall and winter months are more likely to struggle with PPD than Moms who deliver during … Continue reading

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A Toolkit for Postpartum Anxiety and Panic Symptoms

Come on over!  We’re talking about this at Postpartum Progress!

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Previous Prenatal Loss and Subsequent Episodes of PPD

The British Journal of Psychiatry recently released a study that explores the role that a Mom’s previous prenatal loss (including miscarriage or stillbirth) has in the development of postpartum depression following the birth of a healthy child.  This is a … Continue reading

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