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#NotAshamedToTalk

Bhuwaneshwari Sharma Mom of 2 children 6 days ago
now a days it's quite a common problem but by doing yoga & communicating with your baby & husband can help a lot. it's very important to express our feelings & emotions to our loved ones to avoid this condition or to overcome it.
spend more quality time with your child as a newborn baby also communicate with you, you just have to pause & listen, this will surely removes the tension & sad emotions.
Swathi Krishna Guardian of 3 children 1 month ago
Being depressed before and after delivery i have come out of a lot. and there's was literally no one who could say what I wanted to hear. no positive things, no praises for anything am going through, no difference towards me. all this made me depressed and more n more frustrated. it all would harm my relationship with baby. everything was just in my mind. and to myself. so ladies whoever going through this must have someone to share what they are going through. please reach to people you can trust.. you have done a great job and everything you are doing is just as much as you can.. it is more than enough. you have a life of yourself and a life to take care of. . rest well and be nice to youself. YOUMATTER
Steffi Mom of a 3 yr 11 m old girl 3 months ago
hi am a mother of a 3 year old kid and I have going dipression past from 3 n half year I tried telling this to ma husband but he doesn't seems to understand I need some help
Gun Guardian of 3 children 3 months ago
Informative
priyanka Mom of 2 children 5 months ago
I m a 3year old twins babies mother… n suffering from enxity…. Always feel lonely.. getting irritate, crying,angry..
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Sanya Guardian of 2 children 5 months ago
ya it's normal. getting hert in silly things ,fells like to cry loudly.
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Deepika M Mom of a 1 yr 8 m old boy 4 months ago
really really very important topic that should be taken seriously.... and it's the people around that blessed mother and her baby who need to consider that women has gone through total change in her body, mind, harmones after delivery... they need love and care and support like never before... they should not be taken granted... postpartum depression will not be issue then... I think during pregnancy people take care a lot as baby is inside us but actually if there are not any complications women can take care better of themselves during pregnancy but after delivery physically and mentally we get so much tired... I am all thankful to my baby who saved me from depression when was surrounded by negativity and unforgivable negligence.. but what I cant forget is that my baby suffered quite because of this... I come back from that situation as rebellious fighter from emotional and quiet girl which is good I think... but still those things haunt me.. so I just can't imagine how mothers who are actually depressed can handle it.... please ladies dont dont let anyone and anything put you in that situation because your baby needs you the most... and no one else in the world should matter at that time... one thought which boost me during those days was how my baby will grow healthy if I will not be good emotionally or mentally? so if you think you are not feeling good take help... do talk... share your thoughts... take professional help if you think its depression...
shraddha Kukade Mom of 3 children 5 months ago
Very true
Monica Mom of 2 children 5 months ago
Right
Jasmine bhuller Mom of 2 children 5 months ago
true
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