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  • Twenty Years Later June 23, 2021
    Twenty Years Later – The story behind the Yates Children Memorial Fund Written by: Vanessa Park Told by: Mary Parnham When Noah, John, Paul, Luke and Mary Yates woke up in their Houston, TX home on June 20, 2001, they did not know it was to be their last day on earth. But it was. […]
  • Ellen’s story May 24, 2021
    I am an engineer with a type A personality. I am an athlete and your classic control freak. I love data and firmly believe that “knowledge is power.” I thought I had all the facts about giving birth, having a newborn, and what postpartum would look like. I went to every prenatal visit with a […]
  • Julia’s Story May 11, 2021
    This is not my first baby, my third baby, but it was my first experience with any type of postpartum mood disorders.  I knew it was a possibility for me because I had struggled with generalized depression anxiety before. And I knew that sometimes that could be a precursor, but I was still really surprised […]

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  • Self-Care Practices You Must Try to Bust Holiday Stress November 20, 2020
    Self-care has become a buzzword in 2020 and for good reason… we’re all exhausted. Self-care… these words can seem hollow to an already tired mom with little space on her to-do list left for anything other than making it through the day. Too many of us have put ourselves at the bottom of the list,… […]
  • How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate August 15, 2019
    When you're struggling with any perinatal mood or anxiety disorder you need to be your own mental health care advocate to get the best possible care. The post How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate appeared first on Maternal Mental Health Research Collaborative.
  • My Baby Is A Year Old & I Still Have Postpartum Depression August 5, 2019
    Postpartum depression is the most common complication of child birth, affecting upwards of 1 in 4 women every year. It doesn’t discriminate and can affect anyone with symptoms that range from feeling isolated, sad and alone all the way to full blown rage and crippling insomnia. While each mom’s experience with postpartum depression is different… […]
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