Do you have postpartum depression, anxiety, and rage?
Often referred to as “baby blues,” postpartum depression is a real condition that can lead to physical, emotional, and behavioral changes for mothers after giving birth. Causes of postpartum depression can be attributed to the chemical, psychological, and social changes of the mother during this time.
About one in 10 new mothers have postpartum depression, with some reporting feelings of anxiety and rage. Learning how to spot symptoms can help mothers deal with postpartum depression sooner for a happier experience.
Licensed counselor and doula Anajanette Burkett Robinson, LPC-S, NCC, CD (DONA), shares the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression, anxiety, and rage in this insightful 30-minute session. Anajanette has more than 20 years of experience and specializes in working with individuals dealing with postpartum depression and anxiety disorder.
How do I get help for postpartum depression?
Whether you think you’re experiencing postpartum depression symptoms or you’re building a plan for postpartum, Anajanette teaches you how to pinpoint signs and get help with treatments for postpartum depression.
Signs that you may need help after birthing include:
• Depressed mood most of the day
• Feeling anxious, guilty, hopeless, scared, or worthless
• Loss of interest in daily activities you once enjoyed
• Prolonged bouts of crying for no apparent reason
• Recurrent thoughts of suicide
• Thoughts of harming your baby
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