You are not to blame for the way you feel right now. Postpartum depression may be the cause of so many unsettling emotions following the birth of your child, including:
- Anger and frustration
- A sense of being completely alone in the world
- Lack of bonding with your baby
Whether you’ve already received a diagnosis, or you’re unsure why you’re just not feeling quite right after the arrival of your new miracle, You Are Not Alone—Understanding And Working Through Postpartum Depression: A Common Condition So Often Misunderstood by Carrie Vanderbilt is for any woman who has struggled with the strange changes and emotions that appear during pregnancy and after delivery.
Women have struggled with postpartum depression in silence for far too long. Though the medical community continues to research and diagnose this condition, new mothers are confronted with myths and rumors that prevent them from getting help. In You Are Not Alone—Understanding And Working Through Postpartum Depression: A Common Condition So Often Misunderstood Carrie Vanderbilt shares:
- How to recognize the symptoms of postpartum depression
- When to seek help
- What possible treatment plans to expect
- How community and conversation can dispel false information
While postpartum depression may take away some happiness from new mothers, it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. A happy and healthy mom is a good mom. Postpartum depression can make it challenging to be happy and healthy, but In You Are Not Alone—Understanding And Working Through Postpartum Depression: A Common Condition So Often Misunderstood will guide you through the whole experience. Carrie Vanderbilt offers the help and insight that you may need to move through the unexpected challenges of PPD so that you can enjoy all the blessings of motherhood. $0.99 on Kindle.