On average, one in five people will experience depression at some point in their lives. Admitting depression and seeking help for it is becoming more socially accepted. However, post-natal depression (PND) does not share the same openness – especially since mothers are expected to be elated at the birth of their beautiful baby. Having a baby is an exciting time. But for some women, it … Continue reading Post Natal Depression: Five ways to ease the strain
I have five beautiful friends who are pregnant. Each friend is at various weeks along; one at the very beginning, three in the middle and one is at the I’m-ready-to-drop-at-any-minute-cos-my-vagina-is-hanging-on-the-ground stage. The one at the beginning and the one at the end are expecting their first baby. The three in the middle are expecting their second (one of them is expecting twins!). I find myself … Continue reading Motherhood – Is it all worth it?