If You've Been In Such A State While Holding The Most Beautiful Treasure In Your Arms You Must Read This Book.
Southport, England (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Many people will have heard family or friends tell a new mother to stop being dramatic or ask, ‘What is this all about?’ What starts as an exciting journey can turn into a nightmare while families struggle to understand the reason why. For anyone to whom that sounds familiar, then this Kindle book provides the answers.
The research was undertaken to assist women coping with this affliction to understand issues such as readjustment to motherhood and coming to terms with the psychological side effects of all the raging hormones in their body.
In the book ten ladies share their experiences of childbirth and postpartum depression and describe how they coped and eventually overcame their condition. This uplifting book offers hope to all those women who may be struggling with some form of depression after the birth of their baby. Postnatal/postpartum illness is real and there is a cure; better understanding is one of the keys to beating the condition.
This book is a rich source of information; a mixture of theory with real life stories of women that have experienced postpartum/postnatal or baby blues depression. These women described their stories as mum, wife and partner, how they coped during and after their experiences and, through their journeys in those distressing times, how they did not give up. How they recovered and the readjustments that have taken place in their life, to care for their newborn child; their sadness, the loneliness, the extent of their illness, the responses they received from their partners and professionals. No woman or family expects to go through experiencing depression and in some cases partners will say that all they wish is to have the woman they married back, which in the end they did.
The Kindle book can be bought via Amazon, priced $6.99.
About the Author
Therese Straker is a psychologist and mental health nurse. She is devoted to helping others come to terms with their relationship and mental health issues.
She studied psychology and creative writing at Edge Hill University and psychiatric nursing at Liverpool John Moores University. She has worked in a range of mental health environments including community mental health, drug and alcohol dependency unit, homeless outreach team, hospitals, prison and high secure mental health services.
She lives with her husband in Southport, England.