Why having post-natal depression doesn't make you a bad parent
with Sara Shoesmith
To help support Maternal Mental Health Awareness, Sara Shoesmith tells us why post-natal depression doesn’t mean you’re a bad parent. Sara has experienced first-hand how terrifying severe post-natal depression can be. Thankfully Sara received the help and guidance she needed to make a full recovery and she now activity promotes good emotional health through her website and Facebook page.
- 7/11 breathing
- HG needs
- Human Givens Journal Vol. 23 No. 2 (2016) (Contains Sara's article Postnatal depression – through an HG Lens)
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