Pregnancy  and Postpartum can be a time of highs and lows. Are you browsing the internet looking for information on perinatal emotional complications?  Do you wonder if what you are feeling is normal? No one talks about the emotional experience of becoming a new parent, and there are few safe spaces to talk about the reality of how hard it is. Whether you may be experiencing a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder, or just need a place to talk about the intense experiences of this time in your life, it’s important to reach out today.

One in five mothers experience a perinatal mood disorder, and dads experience them too.  It is so much more common than most of us believe. A huge contributing factor is new parent isolation, and lack of support. Too often new parents concerns about sleep, and pressures of parenting are brushed off as normal,  if you are reading this post,  you know that it’s more than that and it would help to receive meaningful support for how hard it really is.

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Postpartum Mood Disorders in the News

Huffingpost:  Sleep, Motherhood, and Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression on NPR

Postpartum Depression Happens in Other Cultures Too