Trying to Conceive After Experiencing PPD





Trying to Conceive After Experiencing PPD #ad #TTC #AstroglideTTC #Conception

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Why I Climb

Your Mama Wears Climbing Boots #climbout

2300 climbers. 41 states. 5 countries.

Why do I participate in Climb Out of the Darkness?

Because twice I was in a place so dark and frightening that I didn’t think I would ever find my way back.

Because I went undiagnosed for so long the first time that I barely functioned on a basic level.

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We’re snapping a Huggies Snug N Dry #UltraHug selfie for Climb Out of the Darkness!

Selfie in the car #UltraHug #sp

Did you know that Huggies Snug N Dry is hosting an #UltraHug Contest? From now until June 25th, post a selfie of you and your kid(s) on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #UltraHug and share a local community organization or cause that you support. On July 6th, voting will narrow down contestants and the winner’s cause will receive a $2,000 grant from Huggies! What a cool way to make a difference in your community.

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4 Reasons I am Happier After Surviving Mental Illness

4 Reasons I am Happier After Surviving Mental Illness #LittleMamaJama

It was eight months after I had my first child before I realized that the “new” me was actually sick. I was diagnosed with postpartum depression (PPD). Antidepressants and talk therapy brought me back from the abyss. I later realized that I also suffered from postpartum anxiety (PPA) and postpartum OCD (PPOCD). When we decided we wanted a second child, I talked to a therapist and a psychiatrist about it. We had a plan. It’s a good thing we did, because at 34 weeks I was dealing with intrusive thoughts that were increasing in severity. I went back on antidepressants and this time I was able to function and enjoy my baby when she arrived.

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