There are three messages of hope that I would like to share with moms experiencing Postpartum Distress (PPD) or Postpartum Psychosis (PPP).
With a new year comes the tradition of creating resolutions and the opportunity to step away from the unhealthy or “old” ways of doing things. As you slow down to reflect on the past year, how can you pay attention those things you want to change in the upcoming year as well as those things that you did well?
This time of year we are encouraged to share Christmas cheer and invited to gather and spend time with loved ones. If you are grieving the loss of a loved one, sadness and pain will be part of the holiday experience. Provided are some tips for navigating this season.
After months of pregnancy the monumental moment has finally arrived. Baby is placed on your chest, and you fall in love looking into those sweet little eyes. You have imagined this moment of instant bonding that would take place, and here it is. You anticipated love, smiles, and that “feeling” everyone describes as the miracle of childbirth. Except you don’t feel it, or maybe not quite like you expected.