Are you concerned because you spent nine months excitedly waiting for your bundle of joy to arrive but now you don’t feel the way you thought you would? Do you struggle to connect with your baby? Do you worry about not being the mom you thought you would be?
Don’t worry, mommy. What you are feeling is perfectly normal. While you may only have a case of the “baby blues,” postpartum depression is also a possibility.
It’s a common disorder, affecting 1 in 7 new mothers (source). We’re here to break down the differences between the two and walk you through the “ins and outs” of postpartum depression. This includes symptoms, ways to manage the condition, and more.
We’re in this together, so let’s get started.
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