The Perils of Postpartum Depression

letting go

By Iris Winston

At a time when new mothers are expected to celebrate the arrival of their child, Shana Calixte found herself rapidly descending into postpartum depression. It happened after she gave birth to a little boy in 2006, she says, and she did everything she could to keep the problem from her partner, friends and family.

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  3. inspiredness
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 18:31:16

    Thank you for this post! I have suffered through postpartum depression with all four of my children and had only started being treated for it after I had my third child. It is so important to keep a watch out for depression in postpartum moms, whether they are first time moms or “seasoned” moms. It’s equally important to keep an eye out during pregnancy, as I have found out. Women need not be ashamed that they are suffering…but it’s so hard when there is such a stigma out there, especially in the media.
    Keep up the good work!

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