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May is Maternal Depression Awareness Month

I’ve been following along Jen-tilla The Mom’s C-Section countdown. Best wishes Jen!!! Hopefully there is only smooth sailing ahead for you.

Childbirth in general takes a huge toll on a mom in so many ways. I think it is very honest and brave of moms like Nicol from A Better Life For My Family when they share about their own past battles with Post-Partum Depression. I had “Baby Blues” with Bruce for about three days, but then it rapidly got better. I can’t imagine how hard it would be as a new mom if those feelings did not go away quickly.

In honor of Maternal Depression Awareness Month, I’d like to share the following message about recognizing the signs for Post-Partum Depression. Feel free to pass it along. Right now it has 230 views. It would benefit all women if that number was a lot higher.


1 Comment

  1. Jen says:

    THANK YOU!!!! xo

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