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Helping Women Through Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression in a Pandemic


Our society is well aware of well-worn pregnancy cliches, from eating for two to sleeping before the baby comes. There are also familiar scenes that have appeared in any numbers of popular shows and movies over the years: battling morning sickness, painting the baby’s room, odd food cravings, and (unfortunately) a magically quick labor, from water breaking to the choice words from mama during delivery to a super clean baby appearing in a matter of minutes.

Even in so-called “normal” times, there is so much missing from the sanitized and idealized pregnancy and delivery portrayed in popular media.

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