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Mom-Of-3, Adaeze Yobo Details Her ‘Worst kind of Postpartum depression’ Experience To Encourage Other Moms

Mom-Of-3, Adaeze Yobo Details Her ‘Worst kind of Postpartum depression’ Experience To Encourage Other Moms

Postpartum depression can occur anytime in a women’s life after she becomes a mom. Feelings of anxiety, worthlessness, stress, anger, and sadness may appear slowly, or all at once.

After three kids, former beauty queen, Adaeze Yobo who doubles as the wife of popular footballer, Joseph Yobo has decided to share her battle with postpartum depression and baby blues.

Taking to Instagram, the yummy mummy talked about her not-so-pleasant experience after the delivery of her three kids in order to encourage other women who might in one way or the other find themselves depressed after delivery, telling them to open up about their struggles and seek help.

She shared the information below and then her own experience below…

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”I had what i like to call “The worst kind of Postpartum depression” after my first child, it lasted for more than a year. I thought I’ll never fully recover, be happy or get my self back again, i was in a very dark place at a point in my life that was supposed to be the happiest.

Some days I’ll go into the restroom and cry out, once I’m done ill feel relieved, wipe my face and continue what I was doing like nothing happened. There was no particular reason for the cry, it just comes like a rushing wave, fills up my chest and I’ll run to let it out.

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I didn’t know there was a name to what I was going through because back then in Nigeria, the idea of PPD/PND was almost Non-existent. I never told anyone for the fear of being judged or people close to me making assumptions about my sanity.

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Probably why my PPD lasted that long. I can’t imagine how i would have survived that now. ??‍♀️ Going through all that transformation & mental break down in the middle of a Global pandemic? ? #swipe >>> ● ● ● If you’re a partner / spouse to a new mom or you’re a dad to be, pls educate yourself about; Baby blues, Postpartum depression & Postpartum psychosis.

There’s so much information online to guide you in making life easier for both you, baby & mom.
Remember not to compare one mom to another mom. Every woman is diff, every pregnancy is diff & every mom is different.

P.S ~ I also experienced Baby blues for a week with my last child, Lexine. But because of my experience with PPD & so much research I had done, i knew what i was expecting, when i was expecting it and what to do. I opened up to my family around me and we were able to manage it when it came.
Tag any new mom you know & reach out to the ones that are not on social media and let them know it’ll get easier.”

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