Understanding Postnatal Depression

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Margaret Maternity
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Understanding Postnatal Depression

Postby Margaret Maternity » Mon Feb 14, 2022 1:50 pm

Hi, I'm Margaret, an experienced Maternity Nurse, I provide in-home and remote Maternity Services.

I recently wrote an article on the unfortunately common subject of postnatal depression.

If you find yourself, or anyone you know experiencing PND then hopefully this article will go some way to providing practical information and support.

Since 2009 I have been supporting parents of newborn and infant babies with feeding, sleep, baby massage and general maternity services.

Kind regards

Margaret Maternity

 
I provide in-home and remote 1-1 Maternity Nurse services for parents experiencing challenges with newborn and infant babies.
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Tolik
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Re: Understanding Postnatal Depression

Postby Tolik » Mon Jun 20, 2022 11:19 pm

The birth of a child, I can't even begin to imagine the process, and you do it all the time. It seems to me if I were in the military, then even in such cases I would not feel such stress as here, it's a very big responsibility. I hope that I will never be present at the birth, and if I am, then I will use cbd edibles canada in a double dose, to be as passive and calm as possible.
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