Postpartum depression is a topic that is yet to gain proper attention in Nigeria; thankfully, so many women and medical experts are beginning to create more awareness to prepare new mothers and fathers and also how to deal with it.
Ese Walter has bared it all to encourage new mothers to appreciate their postpartum bodies. Although grateful for the joys of motherhood, many women have great insecurities about the permanent changes that their bodies undergo as a result. While some are
You’ve just had a baby. You expected to be basking in new mom bliss. You expected to be celebrating the arrival of your little one with your friends and family. But instead of celebrating, you feel like crying. You were
Blogger Emeh Achanga of MisspetiteNigeria who recently spoke on the crash of her 2-year-old relationship with her baby daddy (read here) has penned yet another emotional piece on her experience with post-natal depression. In her long post, the first time
John Legend,who welcomed his daughter Luna into the world 11 months ago, alongside his wife, Chrissy Teigen, has revealed in a new interview that he wasn’t ’emotionally prepared’ for his wife’s, postpartum depression. In past interviews, Chrissy revealed that she went through
A mother, Alexandra Kilmurray, from Florida, who welcomed her second son 6 months ago shared this photo of her post-pregnancy belly to encourage all other mothers suffering from post-partum depression via Instagram. She captioned the photo with an empowering message
Someone out there might be going through this personal experience I am about to share and I hope they find this piece helpful. I’m a typical Nigerian mother who does not share my feelings for the fear of being laughed
Post partum depression is real. What have I done? Really, what have I done? This baby… so real and alive and up to me to care for, this nearly 10 pounder. My breasts hurt from my milk coming in. The