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Healing Through Parenting: The Key to Postpartum Depression Recovery

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The first few months after a baby is born — sometimes called the “fourth trimester” — is a critical time for the emerging parent-infant relationship.

You and your newborn are rapidly adjusting to a new way of life, a reality that is often complex and unexpected.These common factors — combined with dramatic hormonal fluctuations following childbirth — can increase risk for postpartum depression (PPD) during this critical stage.Characterized by persistent and acute feelings of sadness, guilt, irritability, anxiety, and lethargy — well beyond the baby blues — PPD is a condition that interferes with your wellbeing and how you bond with your baby.

It is important for your health and wellbeing – and the healthy development and wellbeing of your baby – for you to seek and accept help.

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