Mama’s Comfort Camp

Mama's Comfort Camp

I wanted to let you all know about a wonderful resource online for mums when having a tough day & just need to vent, share & feel better. You don’t have to have or be a recoverer of any postpartum (postnatal) mood disorder to join up, you just have to be a mum getting through each day & all the challenges that you face daily. So come on over & say hi.

https://www.facebook.com/mamas.comfort.camp

If you would like to join the Mama’s Comfort Camp private FB group, where we go to refuel, meet by amazing mums all over the world ready & waiting with open arms, there’s a link on the page above to ask to join up. We’d love to see you there.


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  1. Rachel says:

    of postpartum derisespon understands how disturbing the condition is to not only the sufferer, but their family and friends. I went through this with my first child, only some with my second (because I was more aware that it could happen again). It was something I never dreamed would happen to me, although I had all the conditions for it. I applaud this author for her candid account. It must have been hard for her to relive all the awful moments. I am a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, and I talk with my pregnant patients about this condition, even though no one wants to hear about it, because we’re not allowed to discuss it in our society. I flinch when women tell me their plans for returning to work in three weeks, starting to work out too quickly we give mothers very few breaks in this country. I remember being scolded at the grocery store a few weeks after my daughter’s birth for being out and doing the shopping so soon. Of course I had my daughter bundled up in her car seat standard. The woman was from Mexico, and I thought, well, that’s not the way we do it is this country ! Now I understand the wisdom of taking care of yourself after delivering. As tough as it is for people to hear about, PPD is more prevalent than ever. A great, honest book.

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