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Why deal with parenting struggles on your own? We’ve gathered some of the best resources and information on maternal mental health, parenting, and behaviour and made them into easy-to-read articles.

4 Simple Truths Your Wife With Postpartum Depression Wants You To Know.

After the new baby’s arrival, the black cloud that I thought would dissipate on its own lingered. My anxiety manifested with me not wanting to be touched, which does not work well with the demands of a newborn baby. Despite my hope, snuggles with my new little bundle of joy didn’t make me feel any better. I was at my breaking point.

Luckily, my husband was able to spot that something was not right and urged me to seek help. It wasn’t an easy conversation, and it took quite a long time for me to work up the courage to take his advice. But with the help of my doctor and loved ones, I was able to find my way back to the sunshine. In the thick of it all though, there are a few things that I wish I could have told my husband.

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Just Found Out I’m Pregnant – What Should I Do?

Congratulations mama! If you are reading this because you just found out you are pregnant, we are SO excited for you!

When you see those two pink lines for the first time, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed with emotion. All of a sudden you know that you have another life growing inside you. This is huge! It makes sense to feel unsure of what to do next. Here is your checklist of all of the things you need to think about now that you are pregnant!

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Experiencing anxiety after having a baby showed us the importance of opening up a conversation about maternal mental health, parenting, and behaviour.

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