Motherhood stress is rising and it is no wonder with all their responsibilities every day. Working mothers with young children feel stressed more than 90 percent of the time. But young children are not the only cause. Children of all ages can trigger stress at different times while growing up. Women need to change how […]
Post Natal Depression
When a mother or father is suffering from post-natal depression, they can often feel alone, hopeless and/or guilty during their battle with this common mental health illness. Post-natal depression or ‘PND’, as it is commonly called, is depression (intense low mood or sadness) that comes about in the twelve months after the birth of a
Welcoming a new baby into the world and the home is a magnificent, awe-inspiring time for new and pre-existing mothers and fathers. Despite all the excitement surrounding the birth of a child, it can also be a challenging time for parents, as the introduction of a baby brings major life adjustments. These difficulties are generally
The arrival of a new baby into the family is a wonderful, exciting time for many new mothers and fathers, and for those already with children. Introducing a new baby into the household is not without its challenges. For the majority of parents, it is a time of major adjustment and/or difficulty which is relatively
Having a baby is one of the biggest life-changing events that both men and women will ever go through. We all have dreams and expectations of how life will be once our new baby arrives, however it’s something that you can never fully prepare for and can sometimes be completely different from what you expected.
The impending arrival of a new baby is an exciting and magical time. However for some mothers the joy and bliss of finally getting to meet their new little one can be short lived or missing altogether. Having a baby brings with it great changes and adjustments for all families and it is quite common
Postnatal Depression is a very common mental illness that affects around one in six women within the first year of having a baby. Even though it is very common it can also easily go undiagnosed, with only 25% of all cases believed to be professionally diagnosed and treated by a medical or mental health expert.
Post Natal Depression is a mental illness that affects a large number of women worldwide. In fact research shows that 11 to 20 percent of women who give birth each year will suffer postnatal depression. Post natal depression is a real, clinical form of depression that can arise after the birth of a child. Doctors