Ever since I have become a mother myself, I strive to help parents in their lifelong journey of parenthood. In our society there are a lot of pressures and unspoken rules that make this journey more difficult and taxing on people’s mental health.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is one of the most widespread complications of pregnancy. Every 7th woman suffers from it, yet only few reach out for support. PPD is not only drains a woman and makes it hard for her to enjoy being a mother. It also negatively affects her relationship with her partner and it negatively affects the attachment with her baby.
PDD is a serious condition and it must be treated as such. The timely professional intervention will help resolve the issue faster and will leave you more time to enjoy the new experience of being a parent.