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Postpartum depression is the most common pregnancy complication but it is still highly stigmatized. All to often, moms with postpartum mood disorders feel alone and ashamed of their symptoms when in reality, thousands of moms across the world are experiencing this illness at the same time. By sharing stories, this show seeks to end the stigma and help women kick postpartum depression in the ass.

Adventures With Postpartum Depression Courtney Novak

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7, 24 Ratings

Postpartum depression is the most common pregnancy complication but it is still highly stigmatized. All to often, moms with postpartum mood disorders feel alone and ashamed of their symptoms when in reality, thousands of moms across the world are experiencing this illness at the same time. By sharing stories, this show seeks to end the stigma and help women kick postpartum depression in the ass.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

AntonioDS001 ,

You learn something new everyday

This episode was amazing and opened my eyes to something that I didn’t know existed. It is great for soon to be parents, the information given is very credible and up to date.

Mya Sepy ,

thank you

I was absolutely impressed when I finished my first podcast. I took a look around the other episodes and saw how many other people have shared their stories on postpartum depression. So many different experiences and Courtney, the host, brings them all together. Today, i heard Brandon's story and he thanked the show for bringing his wife Tyra, another participant, comfort and a sense of relatability with her depression. It was in every way interesting and it provided me with an understanding that i would've never gotten from reading a textbook. Thank you

caroo23 ,

77 Brandon's Story: When Your Significant Other Has PPD

This podcast is interesting because gives insight on what a significant other goes through during PPD and is completely accurate. Although at first, I did not completely understand what PPD was for a significant other, this video helped me understand the consequences. Brandon explains how breast feeding is the leading cause to PPD. This is because people set expectations for when they are expecting, and when it doesn’t happen in such a way, then anxiety sets in. These two beings support birthgivers who go through PPD 100% and help others approach the worldwide issue to fight this battle.

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