Month: May 2018

  • Seeking help for postnatal depression

    Seeking help for Postnatal Depression is the bravest thing you do and you have that courage within you, even if you don’t know it. It is never too late to […]

  • What I’ve learnt from blogging about Perinatal Mental Illness

    I’ve been blogging about Perinatal Mental Health for nearly three years now. It began as a personal blog and since changing my website, I have lost a few of the […]

  • How babywearing ‘saved’ me from postnatal depression

    I discovered ‘babywearing’ during my 3rd pregnancy; I got a stretchy wrap for those newborn days. I was suffering with prenatal depression by 28 weeks its important to point out. […]

  • WE are PND and Me

    o, on Monday 14th November I travelled to London to attend the MIND Media Awards, which I was absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted in, I was in the Blogger […]

  • I found my lighthouse and with it – hope

    PND and Me, came from a very dark place, a place where the sun didn’t shine and there was very little hope to cling to, it came from a time […]

  • Perinatal Mental Health From a GPs perspective

    Dr Carrie Ladd, August 2016 GP and RCGP Clinical Fellow in Perinatal Mental Health @LaddCar ….. If parenthood is not what you were expecting, you’re not alone. The tough reality […]

  • From under the blanket of postnatal depression – Felicity’s story

    *Trigger Warning, mention of Birth Trauma* My name is Felicity. I have a perinatal mental illness. It’s easy to admit from the safety of my laptop, no eyes looking directly […]

  • Learning to dad – when you have pnd

    Alright men of the world. Here’s the truth about when I look at all dads, (myself included). I sit back and look at us all, in our pictures showing how tired […]

  • Tips for the stay at home mum with pnd

    Being a stay at home mum is hard enough at times, let alone when you have the black cloud of depression hanging over you. So I wanted to share some […]

  • Walking from the shadows of pnd- together

    Dear Mums. If you have or have had Postnatal Depression keep reading.. If not then please read on regardless. I was there 6 years ago, covered by the shadow of this hidden […]