Postpartum depression

You may already know that up to 25% of women struggle with postpartum depression (PPD) after the birth of their baby. And if you’re struggling with PPD yourself, you also know how dark and lonely it can feel. The good news is, strong relationships help PPD. Of course, this may seem easier said than done… Read more

Fathers (and partners) are often the biggest supporters of new moms when they face the struggle of postpartum depression (PPD) or anxiety (PPA). These fathers and partners are on the frontlines, witnessing the difficulties of their loved one. Perhaps not surprisingly, PPD affects dads and partners, too. Sometimes, the stress and resulting fatigue of new… Read more

Postpartum depression has received more attention and understanding over the years1, but how do you recognize it in your partner? Read on to learn more about the symptoms of PPD, and which symptoms mean your partner could use professional help. Both you and your wife or partner have just shared a momentous life experience and… Read more

When you’re struggling with postpartum depression (PPD), you need help. Use these techniques to help you ease symptoms of PPD and find some relief. Society and the media have often perpetuated the myth that having a baby is all sunshine and happiness. The moms in diaper commercials smile at dirty diapers. Celebrities pose with their… Read more