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The Mother To Mother Postpartum Depression Support Book

Author : Sandra Poulin
ISBN : 0425208087
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 79.45 MB
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A supportive handbook for women suffering from postpartum depression draws on the wisdom, experiences, and advice of fellow sufferers to present a complete guide to PPD, its symptoms, causes, and treatment strategies. Original.
Category: Family & Relationships

When Baby Brings The Blues

Author : Ariel Dalfen
ISBN : 0470738685
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 23.56 MB
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A leading expert on postpartum depression offers new mothers an insightful, medically sound guide to recovery A full 20 percent of new moms will be affected by PPD--but the good news is that PPD is very responsive to treatment. This guide, written by psychiatrist and internationally acclaimed PPD specialist Ariel Dalfen, leads women out of the maze of depression, offering medical and psychotherapeutic options, practical lifestyle changes, and an impressive array of resources for further support. Complete with a PPD diagnosis questionnaire, a treatment plan checklist, and a table of medications and side effects, this upbeat guide also includes daily affirmations used by Dr. Dalfen's own patients when recovering from PPD. Dr. Ariel Dalfen (Toronto, ON) is a psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto and an acclaimed lecturer and medical researcher in the area of post-partum depression.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Journey To Parenthood

Author : Diana Lynn Barnes
ISBN : 1846190142
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 33.25 MB
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Focusing on perceived expectations and cultural pressures imposed on new and expectant parents, this title draws on the experiences of many parents from various socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds.
Category: Family & Relationships

This Isn T What I Expected 2nd Edition

Author : Karen R. Kleiman
ISBN : 9780738216942
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 55.37 MB
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If you or someone you love is among the one in seven women stricken by PPD, you know how hard it is to get real help. In this definitive guide, postpartum experts Karen Kleiman and Valerie Davis Raskin offer compassionate support and solid advice on dealing with every aspect of PPD. Their proven self-help program, which can be used alone or with a support group or therapist, will help you monitor each phase of illness, recognize when you need professional help, cope with daily life, and recover with new strength and confidence. Learn how to: Identify the symptoms of PPD and distinguish it from "baby blues" Deal with panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive urges, and stress overload Break the cycle of shame and negative thoughts Mobilize support from your husband or partner, family, and friends Seek and evaluate treatment options Cope with the disappointment and loss of self-esteem
Category: Family & Relationships

One Mom S Journey To Motherhood

Author : Ivy Shih Leung
ISBN : 1458200221
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 40.22 MB
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Author Ivy Shih Leung shares her not-so-perfect road to motherhood in this book that is part memoir and part self-help guide, reflecting lessons learned in the form of helpful tips and information to empower readers on the biological and sociological roots behind postpartum depression (PPD). She also seeks to raise awareness of the myths of motherhood and the stigma of PPD that contribute to the silent suffering of many mothers, as well as the importance of adequate social support in the early postpartum weeks. A culmination of Ivy’s frightening PPD journey and her emergence from it with a passion to learn more about perinatal mood disorders, this book is fueled with passion to help other women and their families, anger from the unnecessary suffering Ivy went through from the lack of information available to the public about PPD, her doctors’ ignorance and lack of sensitivity, and public remarks like, “There is no such thing as a chemical imbalance”—all of which shows there’s still a long way to go in terms of educating the public about an illness that is suffered by one in eight new mothers. With side effects that include shame, helplessness, and despair at a time that is supposed to be one of the happiest in a woman’s life, Ivy wants to help fellow PPD advocates get the message out that PPD is not a mind-over-matter thing, as those who don’t know any better tend to believe. PPD is an illness that must be taken seriously. We must all remember that the health of the family unit depends on the mother’s well-being. “… Ivy Shih Leung’s voice as a storyteller is strong, loud, and clear. Ivy is a survivor of postpartum depression, and through the written words on each page you can hear her roar.” —Jane Honikman, Founder of Postpartum Support International
Category: Health & Fitness

Motherhood And Postnatal Depression

Author : Carolyn Westall
ISBN : 940071694X
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 32.50 MB
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Globally, postnatal depression (PND) is a growing public health problem. PND affects 10 to 15% of women in Western society. It caused by a combination of biological, psychological and social factors. Two models have attempted to define and explain PND; the biomedical and the sociological models. The traditional biomedical model views PND as a medical condition which implies there is individual pathology and abnormality. Whilst the biomedical model has been the dominant model in treating PND, it has been criticized by feminist sociologists and psychologists for its rigidity in defining and explaining PND. In contrast, the psychosocial model of health acknowledges the biological factors that impact on emotional well-being, but places more emphasis on the personal and social factors that impact on emotional well-being, but places more emphasis on the personal and social factors that contribute to depressive symptoms such as gender, poverty, social disadvantage and social class. The central argument throughout this book is the importance of support before and after the birth for women's emotional well-being. This book will also include women's journeys through pregnancy, childbirth, motherhood, postnatal depression, and resolution. To date, literature has focused on women's lived experiences of PND rather than their personal journeys through pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood. Additionally, the adjustment to fatherhood has received less attention. For example, little is known about the impact of postnatal depression on the partner, what support partners offer when women with the intention to fill the gap in knowledge of cultural and social issues relating to pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood for woman who were diagnosed with, and had resolved, PND.
Category: Social Science

The Darkest Days Of My Life

Author : Natasha S. Mauthner
ISBN : 0674007611
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 54.4 MB
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Collects interviews with thirty-five new mothers describing their own perceptions, understanding, and experience with postpartum depression.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Composing Myself

Author : Fiona Shaw
ISBN : UVA:X004072919
Genre : Postpartum depression
File Size : 89.34 MB
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The author recounts her year-long, dramatic battle with postpartum depression and her arduous recovery, during which she sought to understand her experience through interviewing other sufferers, studying research and speaking with experts. IP.
Category: Postpartum depression

Understanding Postpartum Psychosis

Author : Teresa M. Twomey
ISBN : 9780313353468
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 48.68 MB
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Threaded with in-depth stories from women who experienced postpartum psychosis - including one who committed infanticide - this unique and absorbing work offers psychological, medical, legal, and historical perspectives on this potentially deadly mental illness.
Category: Health & Fitness

From Darkness To Dawn

Author : Marcia Orcutt
ISBN : 9781512766691
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 64.30 MB
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In this heart-wrenching memoir of postpartum depression, Marcia Orcutt describes from her heart what her life was like during her struggle with despair and darkness. She shares her unspeakable thoughts, fears, and actions during these years. She breaks the silence and isolation of this disease. As many as one million women a year suffer from this horrific illness in the United States alone yet only 15 percent get treatment according to the Centers for Disease Control. Read and discover how she finds the strength to overcome this debilitating and often misunderstood illness. Where does she find the strength to embrace the darkness? How does she come out the other side? Marcia is not alone in suffering from this most common complication of childbirth. Hope for recovery is possible. She knows. She lived it. Take the journey with her.
Category: Biography & Autobiography