Postpartum Depression

Help With Postpartum Depression

Help with postpartum depression

Asking for help
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In an attempt to praise the hard work of women, society created the term “super mom”. While it was appreciated, this unfortunately also created a sense of shame for women who felt they didn’t fit the role. Many of these women, were women who needed help with postpartum depression. We’ve forgotten that even super heroes could use a little help from time to time. Think of your therapist as just that, a side kick to help you along the way of your journey. Online Therapy is a great way to help with postpartum depression. Although there is no shame in seeking help, online therapy removes the fear of being seen entering a therapist’s office and gives you room to grow in the comfort of your home.
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Why Get Help Now?​

You told yourself that giving birth was a joyous moment, so why do you feel so dark? You see other mother’s laughing and smiling, so why are you crying? Why are you having such horrible thoughts?

Maybe you spent a large part of your childhood playing house. Maybe you expected everything to be as magical as your first pregnancy. A birth is a significant life event and we can expect some stress to be associated with that in general. When expectations seem miles away from our current reality, it’s understandable that someone could become depressed. Don’t worry, we are here to help.

You are not alone! In the United States alone, 70 to 80% of women share of having baby blues. Within that percentage, 10 to 20% have been diagnosed with Postpartum Depression. It is important to remember that this happens, and it is happening to you but is not you. Allow us to help with postpartum depression and get you through this confusing time.

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You may feel easily agitated or irritable. You may even feel more hostile or self-destructive. Insomnia and nightmares are also not uncommon. Some women experience fear, anxiety, and a sense of mistrust. Feeling emotionally detached and being plagued by unwanted thoughts may also contribute to your wanting to isolate. These are some of the common symptoms of someone needing help with postpartum depression.

These symptoms are uncomfortable and can contribute to your lack of involvement in social or familial settings. You may also find yourself unable to work or complete daily tasks. Uneducated with the proper way to deal with this, you may find yourself in more arguments with your spouse. Intimacy may decline. Other children in the household, being unaware of what is going on may feel neglected, unloved, or blame themselves for the change of atmosphere in the home.

Untreated postpartum depression plays a large effect on your personal and family life. It is a dangerous burden to bare and should not be done so alone. While is is a scary statistic, it is also an eye opening one to learn that suicide is the leading cause of death in new mothers. It is saddening to know that many new mothers have decided to follow new life in the family with grave death. This doesn’t have to be this way. Fortunate for you, you’ve had the willingness to already look up resources such as this to help. Now comes the next step, that is reaching out to a professional for help with postpartum depression.

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The Future is Bright

  • Feel Like Yourself Again
  • Feel Joyous About Life
  • Experience Intimacy Once Again
  • Reconnect With Your Family
  • Retake Control of Your Thoughts
  • Find Serenity
  • Learn More About Yourself
  • Grow From This Experience
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You can laugh again. You can be happy again. Call now and Grow Again!

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