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Baby Blues

Baby Blues

Hi gfs and bfs so did you know 80% of moms develop baby blues postpartum and 10-28% of dads develop parental  postnal depression...I wonder why this is?! Actually, I can think of many reasons this could be and my thoughts are basically pouring out of me as I type this but I just want to stick to a couple main facts for this post. And after I point these out I am going to continue to be on the move to help change these statistics

So Point Number One: There is minimal emphasis on the birth of motherhood and fatherhood throughout prenatal care which causes so many to feel out of their element after having a baby

Postpartum is so much about mental health. Mental Health Awareness has grown tremendously over the past decade and so you know what, I think care in The Fourth Trimester will too 

Point Number Two: The newborn baby has a scheduled appointment generally 48 hours after leaving the hospital with the Pediatrician. And at that visit, the Pediatricians are the ones assessing women and men’s emotional health. Ok, what?! This is a gap. Moms and dads are definitely resilient and strong but this time isn’t meant to be for you to be strong and resilient. It’s a time to rest and be well taken care of by your own health care provider

 
 
One Word... Matrescence... Sounds Like___ Adolescence

One Word... Matrescence... Sounds Like___ Adolescence

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