How to Beat Postpartum Depression
It can happen to any of us. It doesn’t matter if you’re a therapist or if you have been around kids your entire life. Postpartum depression is a real thing that many mommies go through.
But did you know that many of us mommies who don’t get to the point of depression still experience postpartum blues? It’s a normal thing, but it still feels awful.
My experience with postpartum depression
I was a therapist before I had my daughter, but that didn’t stop me from experiencing intense postpartum blues. Although I didn’t get to the point of being clinically depressed, there were days when I felt really down and worthless.
One important thing to know about postpartum depression is that…
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Disclaimer: Although I was a therapist before I became a stay-at-home mom, I am not your therapist. Reading this post does not enter you into a client-therapist relationship with me. The content in this post is meant to be used as a general guideline. It has not been individually tailored to your needs. If you are in need of therapeutic services, please seek the support of a mental health counselor.
References: My information comes from years of training on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidence-based techniques.
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