Postpartum Depression: Do You Have These Warning Signs?

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6. “You are disconnected from others”

It feels like there is an invisible line between you and other people. When friends and family visit you, you don’t feel like you are a part of their world. You feel like an outsider listening to their conversations.

These are just some of the symptoms of postpartum depression. Every mom is different and may experience some or more than what were listed here. So what is the next step? Seek help. Inform your partner, your family, and friends. Discuss your feelings with your doctor. Psychotherapy, medication and both are usually used to treat postpartum depression. Don’t be afraid to speak out and get help. There are also online support groups for couples. The Internet is a great resource in getting information and help needed for moms who suffer from postpartum depression.  

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20 thoughts on “Postpartum Depression: Do You Have These Warning Signs?”

  1. Hopefully the people who need this list of warning signs find it in time. PPD and PPA can really wear a person down, so thanks for bring focus to the topic.

  2. Most new mothers don’t even realize when they have post partum depression. A friend of mine went through some tough times until her doctor Started treatment on her. Great information, thanks for sharing ❤

  3. Having articles like these are always helpful because some people don’t even realize they have it unless they recognize the symptoms.

  4. Postpartum depression is real and is serious. It should not be taken lightly. We need to give new moms a whole lot of support. Although, I am not a mom yet but my friends who are now mothers have once experienced a lot of changes after giving birth so it’s best to offer them whatever it is we can offer.


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