Therese J. Borchard writes the daily blog, “Beyond Blue,” and submitted these 12 depression boosters for new moms
A mother and grandmother, Jane Honikman understands how you may be feeling. She offers women post partum support because, “No one was there for me when I went through this, and I want you to have a better experience.”
On December 19, 2007, Jennifer and Graham Gibbs Bankston tragically passed away. Jenny suffered silently with postpartum depression but her symptoms could have been detected and treated.The mission of Jenny’s Light is to improve and save lives by increasing awareness of all perinatal mood disorders including postpartum depression.
One woman’s very personal journey through post partum obsessive compulsive disorder and how she uses her own personal struggle to advocate on behalf of women suffering from post partum mood disorders everywhere.
This nationally recognized blog is the most widely-read blog in the U.S. on depression & anxiety during pregnancy & postpartum. It was created for the women who suffer & the professionals who care for them.
The purpose of this national organization is to increase awareness among public and professional communities about the emotional changes that women experience during pregnancy and postpartum. Post Partum Support International also offers support directly to women experiencing post partum mood disorders and has regional and local support groups and networks.
PostpartumMen is a place for men with concerns about depression, anxiety or other problems with mood after the birth of a child. This website is run by Will Courtenay, PhD, a psychologist in Oakland, Calif.