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Had anyone suffered Post Partum Depression?
Post partum depression can be suffered with different severity.
Here is some good tips on how to cope with Postpartum Depression. It comes from the second most distributed magazine in the world called Awake the June 8th edition 2003 pg 23:
"1. Talk to someone about your feelings, particularly other mothers.
2. Ask others to help you with child care, household chores, and errands. Ask your husband to share in nighttime feeding duties and household chores.
3. Find time to do something positive for yourself, even if it is for only 15 minutes a day. Try reading, taking a walk, taking a relaxing bath.
4. Even if you can get only one thing done in any given day, this is a step in the right direction. There may be days when you cannot get anything done. Try not to be angry with yourself when this happens.
5. Isolation often perpetuates depression. Get dressed, and leave the house for at least a short while each day. Fresh air and a change of scenery will do you and your baby a lot of good."
If you would like to learn more on this and other topics visit www.jw.org.
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