You may have had a baby recently or your baby is almost one. You may notice other women with their babies and how happy they look. You look at your baby and smile. You love your baby deeply, but you still don’t feel “normal”. You may wish you were happier, or you may feel guilty that you aren’t that excited with your baby.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
- Postpartum depression is the MOST frequent medical complication of childbirth. So please know, you are not alone.
- 1 in 7 moms will experience Postpartum Depression.
- There is hope. Postpartum Depression is very treatable.
You do not have to suffer in silence, hoping this will pass. With help, you will not always feel like this, and working with Amy is one of the best ways to get you feeling better.
One of the greatest gifts you can give your child is to be a present, healthy, and centered parent. Right now, that may seem far-fetched.
Everybody is going to have an opinion about how to “just get over the baby blues” ranging from inaccurate to downright unhelpful. You can be the present, calm, happy parent that enjoys this big new change with their baby.
If you’ve said or thought these things a lot recently…
– “I’m too tired to try.”
– “I don’t want to leave home.”
– “I don’t care anymore.”
– “Why am I always crying?”
– “I don’t even know who I am anymore.”
– “My baby/family is better off without me.”
– “I wish I wasn’t here.”
Again, you are NOT ALONE in feeling this way. As dark as these thoughts are, this is a normal part of Postpartum Depression. There is reassurance for you and you WILL pull through.
Amy uses the proven steps and therapies that have been shown to result in remarkable relief to bring you hope, help, and a way forward to the life you may have originally seen with your new bundle of joy.
When you’re ready to make your first step, contact Amy for an appointment.