Postpartum Depression I

Thanks for sharing. Melinda

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I think this has been the post I’ve mostly put off. There is a lot of things that happened, that it scares me a bit to see it typed out. This was a time for me where I didn’t know how strong I could be until I had no other choice.

When my first daughter was born, I was 19. I instantly fell in love with the idea of having a little person of my own, so I wouldn’t feel so lonely. My pregnancy wasn’t planned or meant “to trap” anyone. I used every method possible to prevent from becoming pregnant, but nonetheless she came and she brightened my world. Soon after I gave birth to…

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4 thoughts on “Postpartum Depression I

    1. I have several great post from a friend who suffered from Postpartum Psychosis. It’s mind blowing people still write off as baby blues. If you search my site, Margie Lakefield or postpartum will find the articles.
      Have a great day.

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