As I mentioned in my last blog post, the transition into motherhood is no joke. Even women who have multiple children have said the experience is different pregnancy to pregnancy. 1 in 7 new mothers experience postpartum depression and anxiety. I enjoy helping mamas who are having a hard time after giving birth or becoming a parent. Many mothers report ranging on a spectrum from this mama thing is tough to clinical postpartum depression and anxiety disorders. Either way, support is available and there is no judgment in reaching out for help. You are rocking it! If nothing else, coming to therapy gets you an hour or so for you to take care of yourself during the rush of Motherhood.
Here is an article that details (gotta love their plain mama English) the symptoms of postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety disorder. Take a look and do not hesitate to reach out if you would like some support.