Mental health, especially in the context of motherhood, is still such a taboo subject. This article aims to raise awareness, provide information on the symptoms of PPD and PPA, emphasize the importance of early detection and intervention, and offer resources and support for mothers experiencing these challenges.
Having a baby is definitely a life-changing event. From adjusting to a new routine, to sleepless nights and days filled with self-doubt, to feeling drained but also trying to soak up all the sweet moments that go by so fast. Parents are faced with many challenges in parenthood. However, there are also other changes that can occur after having a baby. One often overlooked change is that of parents' social circle.
The baby probably hasn't even arrived yet and friends and family are already trying to plan their first visit to see your little one. Everyone's so excited to meet your baby and they all seem to want to be first in line for the meet-up. But this puts a lot of pressure on a mama and can be a source of unnecessary stress.
Have you ever felt like you needed an additional and professional person by your side, other than your partner, during your pregnancy and birthing journey? Someone who can be there on a much deeper level for both you and your partner? If I were to tell you that someone can help your pregnancy and birthing experience be a more enjoyable and comfortable one, wouldn't you be open to try it out?