“Tears overwhelmed me daily” Georgina Onuoha Talks About Suffering Postpartum Depression

Nollywood actress and mum-of-two, Georgina Onuoha, has revealed what it was like for her when she was expecting her second child. The actress said she had just moved overseas and had a husband who was always busy working as a medical doctor. Suffering postpartum depression and overwhelmed with tears daily, she said her situation that was further compounded by the fact that she was  in a foreign land.

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She talked about baby blues and painted a picture of loneliness and depression; while nurturing her two infant children.

Read all she had to say below:

Memory lane

12 years ago with Chigozie at arm and 7 months heavily pregnant with Chimezie.

I was tired, home sick and depressed. Barely 8 months in a new country, no friends, no family, I was a loner with a partner who was always extremely busy with work as a medical doctor.

Life was rough and of course like most new mom I suffered postpartum depression and isolation.
Thank God my mom had to leave everything to come stay with me till my baby was born and she left two weeks after that.

Having two infants at arms is not for the faint of heart. Baby blues was my partner and tears overwhelmed me daily. 

If you want to learn more about how to deal with issues like this, I urge to read @motherdom_mag . It is very educative and informative.

It will help you put things into perspective .
Have a fabulous week my lovely Ginafam 

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Memory lane 12 years ago with Chigozie at arm and 7 months heavily pregnant with Chimezie. I was tired, home sick and depressed. Barely 8 months in a new country, no friends, no family, I was a loner with a partner who was always extremely busy with work as a medical doctor. Life was rough and of course like most new mom I suffered postpartum depression and isolation. Thank God my mom had to leave everything to come stay with me till my baby was born and she left two weeks after that. Having two infants at arms is not for the faint of heart. Baby blues was my partner and tears overwhelmed me daily. If you want to learn more about how to deal with issues like this, I urge to read @motherdom_mag . It is very educative and informative. It will help you put things into perspective ????????. Have a fabulous week my lovely Ginafam ❤️ LG????❤️

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