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What Am I Thinking?! Audiobook

What Am I Thinking?!: Having a Baby After Postpartum Depression

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For many women, having a baby delivers all the profound joy they anticipated and brings happiness beyond description. For women who experience depression after the birth of a baby, this joy can seem elusive. Instead, women with postpartum depression (PPD) are often gripped with feelings of deep sadness, confusion, anxiety, and despair, and they are deprived of their anticipated joy in their first precious months with their baby.

What Am I Thinking contains essential information for a woman and her family who plan on having another baby after a previous experience with postpartum depression. With this resource and available knowledge in hand, they are likely to feel more empowered, enabling them to proceed with confidence.

©2009 Karen Kleiman; (P)2009 Spoken Books Publishing

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    "Good Workbook for Expectant Moms"

    As a midwife, I am always looking for ways to support and help mitigate the impact of peripartum mood disorders on the families I serve. This book is both realistic and reassuring, while providing prompts and activities that help women and their families develop the resources and tools they need to cope with this prenatal complication that affects 15% of families. I listened to the audible version, which might be a good option for busy parents.

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