By Brooklyn Reader

March 9, 2016, 6:38 am

 
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Asian mother holds her  newborn baby

Asian mother holds her newborn baby

I sat at my computer at 3 AM, clicking through the pictures of what had happened the week before. I was exhausted, yet I couldn’t pull myself away. As I looked at the images of myself with my newborn baby, I felt as though I was looking at a stranger. There I sat, staring at the screen. Wondering why I felt nothing but emptiness and confusion. To read more, go here.


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  1. Emily Moore

    Statistically, postpartum depression affects 10 to 15% of women. However, not all mothers experience depression, seek help. many of them are afraid to admit to other people and even to themselves that the birth of a child has become for them a source of experiences and loss of composure.
    If a woman can not cope with her condition, and she does not get the necessary help, depression can last for many months, gradually aggravated.
    I recommend you read the article about postpartum depression undepress.net/postpartum-depression-what-is-it-symptoms-causes-treatment/

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