I thought I would share with you an article about Alanis Morissette and her journey through Postpartum depression.
It is wonderful to see people speaking through the media to share their journey so that there is more awareness and hopefully encourage more people to seek help.
I was in my local newsagency and I noticed on Famous that they had an article about Posh Spice and her postnatal depression. I have to admit that I did not read it as I was in a hurry to get to an appointment.
But I just wanted to congratulate her for opening up to . . . → Read More: Victoria Beckham and Postnatal Depression
Writer\’s Reluctant Story of Depression
Writer’s reluctant story of depression BY MEAGAN WEYMES 12 Dec, 2011 10:12 AM MERE days after the launch of her latest book, Friday Forever: Memoirs of Madness, Susan Bradley Smith is still visibly nervous talking about the impact her book could have.
It’s no wonder. The visceral, searingly honest memoir . . . → Read More: Another Inspirational Story
Parkdale mother Kristen Gibson with her children, Sam, 4, and Max, 18 months.
FROM the outside, Kristen Gibson looked like she had it all – a lovely home, happy marriage and two beautiful children.
But on the inside, the Parkdale mother was riddled with anxiety, obsession and paranoia.
As one of the . . . → Read More: Parkdale mum urges: don’t suffer in silence
This week is PND awareness week and there is a lot of media coverage sharing womens journey’s through Postnatal Depression.
Mother of all battles 15 Nov, 2011 02:00 PM Baby steps to unlocking post natal depression
IT’S supposed to be the happiest time in a woman’s life, so why do so many become engulfed with . . . → Read More: PND Awareness Week
I have been slowing clearing my links from my email system and I saw this wonderful website with this truely amazing mum and her journey through PND.
The address is www.daftmamma.co.uk.
Susan Boden says she couldn’t bear to be alone after the birth of her second child and when she was, she was so overcome with fear and worry that she could hardly function.
Susan had just given birth to son Naoise (pronounced Neesha), but was feeling increasingly anxious to the point that she was unable . . . → Read More: Speaking Up About Postnatal Depression and Anxiety
I found this article on http://www.postpartumprogress.com/weblog/2010/09/how-serving-her-baby-eventually-herself-saved-this-moms-life.html
Today I attended a wedding ceremony for two very good friends, and the man who was performing the ceremony talked about how to have a successful marriage. Something he said stuck with me: “All you need to do is love your spouse just a little bit more than . . . → Read More: How Serving Her Baby, & Eventually Herself, Saved This Mom’s Life
Gwyneth Paltrow and Bryce Dallas Howard Discuss Post Partum Depression
Posted by Dr B on 7/22/10 • Categorized as Entertainment,Mental Health,Pregnancy,Wellness
In Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest GOOP Newsletter, she opens up about her bout with post-partum depression. She says that she did not realize she had it at the time, but that now in retrospect, that . . . → Read More: Gwyneth Paltrow and Bryce Dallas Howard Discuss Post Partum Depression
I found this interesting article in relation to PND and Sadie Frost. Although its a sad story, I have to congratulate Sadie on speaking about it because it builds more awareness in regards to this horrible illness.
In her new autobiography, Crazy Days, English actress Sadie Frost, 45, describes her turbulent six-year marriage to English . . . → Read More: Why did Sadie Frost hurt herself? New ideas about non-suicidal self-injury