A wise and straightforward description of Post-Natal Depression.
"It all boils down to the same thing, the same thing that birth, pregnancy and parenting boil down to. Knowledge. If I had known others felt the same? If I had known there was help out there? We don’t talk any more, we don’t trust ourselves and we don’t listen to our intuition. We’re all too busy getting were we’re going as quickly and effortlessly as we can. If my body wants me to spend longer in bed with my new baby then maybe it has a point? If I yearn for company and comfort and don’t thrive well when alone and vulnerable then maybe there’s a good reason for that?"
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