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When Baby Brings The Blues

Author : Ariel Dalfen
ISBN : 0470738685
Genre : Health & Fitness
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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

Shayla S Double Brown Baby Blues

Author : Lori Aurelia Williams
ISBN : 9780689856709
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Thirteen-year-old Shayla is upset when her estranged father's new baby is born on her birthday, but she learns that her problems are nothing compared to those faced by her friends Kambia and Lemm. Reprint.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Baby S Blues

Author : Tammy Ryan
Genre : Drama
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Susan is a career woman with a seemingly perfect life, complete with sensitive husband and a brand new bundle of joy on the way. Beginning at the moment a very pregnant Susan goes into labor, the play follows her journey as she becomes a new mother, with a frighteningly inexplicable newborn to care for. Employing both realistic and surrealistic elements, BABY'S BLUES explores one woman's descent into postpartum depression, but also brings into focus the difficult challenge of becoming a mother for the first time, as well as the fine line that sometimes exists between health and madness. "BABY'S BLUES makes a strong impact through powerful dialogue ... It takes an emotional dilemma and winds it tighter and tighter and tighter to a wrenching peak, leaving us vibrating with the final impact ... BABY'S BLUES has undoubted immediacy." -Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Tammy Ryan's fiercely emotional and darkly disquieting play takes a frank and sympathetic look at one mother's descent into serious psychosis brought on by the birth of her first child. Ryan works overtime to keep the story real yet understandable. It's a tensely orchestrated hundred minute journey unrelieved by intermission, yet there are moments of humor and irony." -Alice T Carter, Tribune Review
Category: Drama

Beyond The Baby Blues 2nd Edition

Author : Benison O'Reilly
ISBN : 9781922190185
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Beyond the Baby Blues is a comprehensive Australian resource guide to perinatal depression and anxiety (PND). Readers will receive solid scientific advice combined with the experiences of individuals and families affected and the professionals who treat them. The book includes the scientific explanation for PND an exploration of perinatal screening and the ideals and the realities of early parenthood. There is still a heavy stigma attached to perinatal depression in Australia compared to the rest of world. The authors want to increase understanding and open the conversation about depression during and after pregnancy so that parents do not suffer alone. Caring professionals, family members and friends explain how they helped sufferers of depression, as well as how their caretaker involvement affected their own lives. Included are self-care strategies aimed to help parents take care of themselves and their families throughout the difficult first year of parenthood. Beyond the Baby Blues is supportive and encouraging, deeply personal yet backed up with science and medical expertise.
Category: Family & Relationships

Baby Blues

Author : Brenda Nichols
ISBN : 9781465385819
Genre : Fiction
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Baby Blues is a young boy who comes to the town of Jollyville, Nebraska. His most attractive feature is his dark blue eyes. He is not just your ordinary person, for he can appear in many disguises. It seems he has the ability to read minds and work miracles. However, his main concern is a young woman named Clarissa. He always seems to be at her rescue. Will everyone be a witness to his goodness, or is his main purpose to know Clarissa only? What is behind the real reason why he comes to Jollyville? As the story unfolds, it becomes a journey of faith fi lled with love and laughter, but the mystery behind Baby Blues is the most shocking of all.
Category: Fiction


Author : Rick Kirkman
ISBN : 9781449440541
Genre : Humor
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Now in an annual, treasury-sized book, Baby Blues brings you another year of life with the MacPhersons. Often-befuddled Darryl and always-overworked Wanda manage to parent precocious Zoe, ornery Hammie, and Baby Wren while still keeping their senses of humor and sometimes even sweetness. In this collection, Zoe decides it's time for her to take karate lessons, Wanda declares she needs some time for herself and joins a book (wine?) club, and Hammie discovers the joys of a zip line. Mostly calm Wanda finally reaches her breaking point of asking the kids to clean up, unleashing a new force of nature to the comic strip: the Tsumommy!
Category: Humor

Blues Philosophy For Everyone

Author : Jesse R. Steinberg
ISBN : 9780470656808
Genre : Music
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An anthology of essays by a diverse range of thinkers and musicians analyzes how the blues genre reflects universal cultural and emotional issues that render its messages relatable to people on all social levels. Original.
Category: Music

Beat Blues And The Rhythm Of Fools

Author : Jason Disley
ISBN : 9781326777838
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of New Beat poetry that is observational, and indicative of today's society covering various theme's. Referencing blues music, jazz and other genres it question's life's decisions. Many of which in retrospect can be seen as foolish. Although some of the book deals with maudlin moments, there is room for optimism. Jason Disley even provides a musical tracklist which compliments the collection and provides a new experience when reading the poems whilst listening.
Category: Poetry

Blues Baby

Author : Harryette Romell Mullen
ISBN : 0838755151
Genre : Poetry
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Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the beginning of her career. Her early poems draw inspiration from the feminist and Black Arts movements, as well as her connections to diverse communities of writers and artists. The movement of this volume is loosely autobiographical -- from childhood narratives to poems about sexuality to indirect evocations of the poet's art. Many of the poems address the subject of family and community, often emphasizing the strength of women and female friendship; some evoke culturally specific traditions and locations; others of a satiric nature offer cultural critiques.
Category: Poetry

The Story Of The Blues

Author : Paul Oliver
ISBN : 155553354X
Genre : Music
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Featuring over 200 vintage photographs and a new introduction by the author, the engaging, informative volume brings to life the African American singers and players who created this rich genre of music as well as the settings and experiences that inspired them. The author deftly traces the evolution of the blues from the work songs of slaves, to acoustic country ballads, to urban sounds, to electric rhythm and blues bands. Oliver vividly re-creates the economic, social, and regional forces that shaped the unique blues tradition, and superbly details every facet of the music, including themes and subjects, techniques, and recording history.
Category: Music