18 Burst results for "Postnatal Depression"

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"It's just so incredible to have been able to access that and that very personal kind of perspective, I suppose. Talk to me about fairies. Can we bring up fairies at this point and changelings? Yes, I did a project a few years ago all about changelings, which are the theory babies that are left in place of real babies by the fairies. If you follow me. Yes, I'm still there. Actually, I don't get the chance to talk about fairies enough as you can tell. Rather excited, go on. There's a lot of Supernatural beliefs that are represented and folk music, especially in Scotland, in the sort of Gallup communities, it would go alongside any sort of religious belief there would just be this understanding that theories were a thing. And I was kind of fascinated by how that potentially explained things that were really happening to people. Sometimes I wondered about change things, whether it was maybe that there was something that was unexplained about the baby that was crying even something like color or something like that. And they would think that this baby must be a changeling. And there's also songs like there's a song Queen of elephants nurse, which is an old ballad which is where the mother is actually taken away to breastfeed. In the fairy world because it's thought that her breast milk would be bitter, and that potentially could be something to explain the absence of mother and maybe an absence of mind of postnatal depression, something like that. It was just kind of trying to explore how people so poetically explained these situations. Yes. I suppose that the row about breast milk and what's best. Still being present, even in this context and pressure on women. Faye hill to come back to you traditional English focusing is still with us..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"But it's just having that safety net of being able to say, you know, I've got this meeting at 5 o'clock. Something's fallen through. I can't now get to the chamber. You know, people get stuck in traffic, you know, that accidents happen on the M4 accidents happen on the a roads. People can't get to council chambers. And just being having that option of being able to attend without being physically in a room, I think is one of the key positives to come out of this pandemic. Jen, good morning, welcome to the program. As a counselor in Cardiff, then describe your setup, what's going on with you and how are you making it work? So I was first elected in 2017 and I fell pregnant with my twins about 6 months in. So I had a decent chunk of time to get used to working as a counselor and working physically with a council chambers. And I found that when I returned to the council environment, obviously, which was March 2019, I very quickly got used to the fact that I was spreading myself too thin. For example, on a Monday evening, we would have labor group media, it was sometimes we'd have labor grid meetings on a Monday evening, so I would have to pick the kids up from nursery when they attended. Get home, get them dinner, feed myself, get down to county hall, which is about three or four miles away. And sit there three hour meeting come home, half 9 10 o'clock, and we co slept because my children sleep horrifically. So I was generally up all night with them, and I found that that wasn't a great experience in some ways. Not really. I mean, in hindsight, I think I recognize now that I made myself quite ill. And now with the I had postnatal depression anyway and I don't quite recognize that for quite a while..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

07:15 min | 7 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"To have a baby. It was through COVID. Very concerned about postnatal depression and so forth because my children's mother had personality preciousness. It's a horrible thing. And where I could get on a plane and go back to Melbourne, do what I need to do. If something happened with my daughter, I could not get back to the Gold Coast. So being so close to Ryan and I've been doing things with DJ for well over 20 years wrong for well over ten years. I've got to get in the morning I got to work and basically what happened to our go to work up to DJI and say Ryan wasn't well, whatever it may be and the pair have just said, can you stick around? And I said, well, I'm not going anywhere for the mind because I can't get home. In here, I never went back to January. They're from the 22nd of September through the island to January. Then I was back within a way to do the launch of the car. So, but in saying that, along that route, what was in September we run on both new scope was going to go to IndyCar and we had such success with the DJ, the dick Johnson limited edition by Herod that we done, which was a 30 car build. Exorbitantly priced, like a $180,000 to a $190,000 per car. Some people bought two of them, they sold well over $300,000. So Roy named mentioned to me we just thought, why don't we do a McLaughlin Mustang? We believe Scott's going to win the championship. It's the last bar of the cherry. It's good for the team. It's good for Scott. It's good for Herod. It's good for everybody. So with the help of four Australia with K Hart, who was running forward at the time and a couple other people there. Kale on this up with the New Zealand, the head of New Zealand Ford, spoke with him. So I think Simon put us on to hutchison Ford. And we were able to export 30 cars to New Zealand, Ford approved. And we moved into 50 cars for four Australia. So I was at 80 car build, which really didn't know when it was complex car as what the DJI dick Johnson limited edition was. But this car is still a production car. So it has the second stage vehicle manufacturer so the car gets shipped directly from Ford to Herod, it doesn't get ordeal. We do all our work in the car gets shipped under the deal. I think it's ready as a hero performance Mustang. That's enabled me to stay up here and help a DJI come to the race meetings, be with my family up there. Look after my grand. Yeah, see my granddaughter see my daughter. As well, help look after Ron with Ryan's needs and Dick's needs up here. But my factory in Melbourne has been able to have 12 months of constant work without me being there, I can mark manage it from up here. But now the border is ripe and I can go back with the forwards going on E two. So yeah, it's been interesting. That's why here it's been able to run without me there. So I've got a good team of people. It's like 6 people on floor plus other people around. It's just a real good well old little machine. That's very passionate about what we do when you just do a good quality work. Where did your interest in performance vehicles end up scaling vehicles come from? Very, very fortunate back in the early 2000s. Going back into the late 90s, I used to resell forwards. I'd buy a damage car and I could buy a brand new body in white that they call a car that's unpainted. Body and white, and I would re shell an old vehicle like a smash damage, have to be like model vehicle, something that was in current production. They'll buy the current body shelf or and tag all the bits and pages there and rebuild that into another car. And I gradually got this name of this board specialist as it may be. And when I built my new facility in Melbourne up in Thomas then, which is literally ten minutes from Ford. I was fortunate enough to meet Howard marsden, who was The Godfather GTA child and run forward racing in so forth. How it come to me saying, we're going back in the motor sport. I'm wavy tech food. I have now where to work internally at Ford, I know you to be my skunk works. At the time, I was still modifying falcons but I never put a name on them. I just do the work because people come and knock on my door. Hey, what can you do? Can you make a lot of your car? Yeah, yeah, we can do this. We can do that. And that's what we would do. But with Howard coming on, he said, you do not brand yourself. I want you to become a household name brand with Ford. So what we done, we started to manufacture exhaust systems and paired branded interior trims, Herod branded, whatever it might be, and gradually were gradually we grew into this bread. And as we discovered forward was moving out for manufacturing in Australia. I reached out to the U.S. to become involved before racing parts in U.S. travel to the same as shower, travel, the PRI show, got to know these network of people, and eventually I got this account with Ford racing. And become the last 6 or 7 years we've been top ten deal awards in the U.S., which allows us to be basically the number one dealer outside the U.S. in the world, which is a pretty big accolade when you talk to March 4 performance parts deals in the U.S.. They are lucky to get one in there. Lifetime. I have 6 or 7 no goddamn things. And one year and 2020, I believe I was number one in the globe with my collaboration with Ford Australia. The aspect Mustang because we use a lot of genuine forward parts. It runs through my account. So pretty much so that's sort of where it's all come from. Staying back from hard miles and to become this brand. And that's to be quite honest. I was talking to someone earlier. The most amazing experience of my life is I'll come back from the U.S. and we're doing this build with this aspect in the forward plant. The Ford plant in Melbourne was registered in my name because I was the manufacturer of the vehicle. To walk into that plant when they do what they call a slow Bill, which is nutting out how the thing is going to run in a production line. It's a two to three week, maybe four week chore, and I walked in that bowling on here at performance map was on this Mustang in the Ford plant. And I still back, I'm going, wow. If Howard could see this now, and I'll just bring this up. It's a bit of a funny thing, is the last ever aspect to go there in the production line. It was number three 51. Everyone would think it would be number 500, but I had the choice of what number car that rob here had wanted for his own car. And Howard Mars and we built a show car for four AU falcon. And had a stroke or engine in it like a stroke crank and rods and stuff. How is it Robert? You must make it three 51 cubic inch. That's a magic forward number. And to get to where I am now, I never forget people that have helped me along the way. I don't want that car to be number three 51 in recognition of how prepared the vision of what he wanted me to become. And it's a pretty unique car, signed by everybody who worked on the build. It's all signed in a trunk. It's stored away. It's pulled away. It's a very, very special car. Where did my interest with performance cars and stuff come up? How Mars and how a lot to do with it. You have got such a wide range of parts that you're bringing in parts of America, you're developing your own gear, ECUs, suspension, it's seems like a natural progression.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Published...Or Not

Published...Or Not

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Published...Or Not

"Because we can dismiss perhaps an abattoir. Until we get evidence from what's going on around us and it is so real. So real. Like I'll use fiction to the way I ride is using fiction to explore ideas that socially and culturally relevant in the world and of course that's relevant. And I'm a woman and I've grown up and it's a very working class Queensland based book and I've grown up in those spaces and have experienced those things as many of my friends have. As people in parliament, as Brittany Higgins, you know, all these people. It's actually just about listening to us. The nature of the abuse that you write about is more than just the extreme violence of rape. It's actually more problematic than just the physical violence that we see. So for example, Cynthia's mother was never treated for her postnatal depression after the birth of a Cynthia's sister, Mallory, and she begins to hear voices. The support infrastructure is not there behind it all. Correct. And I would argue that in the book, the support infrastructure is there with the furies, the women who come and support her in her living. So the idea behind the book is that, yes, there's all these structures in place that aren't supporting women exactly what you've said. But together, there is power in the collective reckoning. There is a power in us coming together to change up systems. Look at unions over the world collectives. I mean, this is how change happens. But there's an element of ambiguity then with the fury because for Cynthia's mother, these are the voices almost of madness. And that was really intentional as well. So I'm really interested in fiction in the idea of ambiguity. And that the world isn't black and white. It is gray and the ambiguous nature of life is the living of life..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"You know, first time moms, it's really hard. There's an enormous, there's not this natural sudden understanding of how to be the perfect mother. You've got to learn the ropes, whether you're a baboon or a human or a frog. You know, it's the same. And with baboons, the first time moms, you know, the mortality rate is 60% higher for their firstborn than for their for their second, because they've got to learn to breastfeed, to carry baboon moms as genome and said they're dual career marks. They have to work for a living. And be bothers at the same time. And juggling those two things is really difficult. And so, you know, there's a lot to learn. And some moms are better than others. And actually, interestingly, and this is sort of the class has a major effect over the success with even with baboons. So female baboons inhabit a very strict natural line. And classes inherited social statuses inherited. And if you're lucky enough to be born into sort of female baboon nobility, you're likely to breed younger and your offspring are going to have a greater rate of survival because you get first dibs at food and you've got this sort of noble highborn protection racket protecting you and your offspring. And whereas mothers that are born to lower status, lower status mothers, they suffer a lot of stress and they're more likely to suffer from postnatal depression as well. So they're more likely to abuse their infants and fail. So I just think all of these things are really valuable to understand that it's difficult neighborhood. Another aspect of the book I was very much intrigued by lionesses and the proven myth of monogamy. Because they're sexually promiscuous beings. Apparently. I've seen it with my own eyes. Last week, I was in the Serengeti. I saw a lioness listed sex four times in the space of an hour and a half. My goodness. Yeah. Some stamina. Yeah, I know. I know. So what's fascinating about that is this is sort of one of these really sort of persistent universal laws that I was taught at university, which is that males are wired for promiscuity and females that are wide for monogamy. And it's simply not true. We now understand that a sort of mating multiply is a strategy employed by lots of different species. And lioness is one of them. And they've been known to make with multiple males up to a hundred times during their fertile period. And it's a strategy to prevent site because male lions are infanticidal. So it confuses paternity by mating with lots of males, and so they're less likely to kill the offspring when they take over a pride..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"She can't wait to see this guy again. So this is actually maybe this is a good thing because this is gonna happen anyway. Like that could have totally happened and you might have come home and had a bad date and that could suck too. So I think that there might be a way just to ask her calmly like how is her night and maybe there's a way to let that information turn you on? Maybe could be some fuel that actually gets you aroused when she's telling you about what happened. You guys have done all the right things it sounds like you've said the boundaries, the rules you've talked about it, you went slow and had dates during the week. Truly the only bummer is that tonight your date canceled, but that doesn't mean that your whole you have to throw out the entire open relationship plan because of this one snafu. Of course. So I think either you could it's hard sitting here. It's a good test though, right? It's a good test of we're doing the right things. We did the right things and there's going to be other times where her day cancels or I don't have a date. This is what I'm saying. We're planning on hopefully doing it for the long term. So I mean, it's a really good test. Yeah, it's throwing exactly it. This is a test. This was going to happen anyway, and that's why you guys just continue to talk about. And a lot of people in open relationships have a lot of bumps in the world early on. And so I think that that's where you do the learning, and then after a few months or a few years, they're like, oh yeah, we got over that. You know, we worked through all the kinks. So I just think it's a great test and it sounds like you've been there for 8 years. She knows you. She probably knows what you can handle. And I think that the biggest thing is a little bit of fomo right now, but just don't let this disappointment. You don't want something happens like, I just try to think of like when you miss a flight and you're really excited for a trip and then you miss a flight and then you know all your friends are somewhere that you're supposed to be there and it's really painful because you just can't you know what I mean? You can't stop it, but you miss it. It's missing a party or yeah. So that's all it is. This is an isolated for a few more hours incident or maybe she'll be out tonight. I don't know, but it's don't let this ruin the entire foundation that you guys have laid out for you. You're going to be fine with this. Be strong. Thanks, Brian. Thanks for calling sex with Emily. Let's hear a word from our sponsors, then I'm talking to Chris who needs a little help staying hard while practicing couple swapping. We have an email from Courtney 29 in Australia. Hey doctor Emily, I love your show and I need your advice. I've been married for almost four years. I've known my husband since I was 12, and he's a phenomenal human. We both struggled with postnatal depression and the myriad of marital problems in our relationship since we had our first child three and a half years ago and have since had our second. We went to an intimate birthday celebration for a very close friend of ours, 30th. And I partied a little too hard and my husband went home before me. I ended up having a threesome with two of our closest friends. They are a couple, and my husband is struggling with it. There's obviously a lot more to the story, but perhaps I can share with you more later. Help me. All right, all right, I hear you Courtney. So you slipped and fell in a threesome. That happens. You know, I've slipped and fallen on a penis before and it's okay. You know, we all get through these things. But if you're a husband struggling, which I can imagine, you know, he is. These are your closest friends, and you guys have a really close, you've been with your partner since you were 12, but you've known him since you were 12. This is going to be really tricky. Now you also said there's a lot more to this story. And what made that makes me think is maybe there has been some prior attractions or maybe you knew the threesome was going to happen at some point. I'm not sure what it is. But it just sounds tricky and a little bit messy. And my advice to you is that you and your husband get into some marital counseling therapy right now to help you navigate this because it is trust that's been broken and when trust is broken in a relationship, you really need help putting it back together. Couples are not successful at doing it on their own. I've seen this happen all the time where someone's like, well, I apologize and it was three years ago and what else do they want me to do? You actually really need to get someone to help you navigate this. And you might also find working with this therapist that there's other tools that you're going to gain to help you guys communicate even better. In fact, this scenario of this situation of the threesome could actually bring you guys a lot closer. You said you've already been having problems in the relationship, so it sounds like seeing a therapist is really going to be the right decision for you guys right now. And the threesome, just think of it that way. It's the thing that got you into therapy, but from what I'm reading from your email here is that it's been something that's been coming for a while. And what you might sort out is that maybe being a little bit open or hooking up with another couple might be fine in your relationship down the road, but it sounds like since the trust was broken and it wasn't something that he expected and he was home sleeping. You're gonna need to first heal that. Repair your relationship and then figure out what you both want going forward. Because I want to remind everyone that any kind of relationship is possible, you have to remember that monogamy is the only model that we see everywhere in society and culture on television and movies, but we're living in a different time right now and monogamy was created for a bunch of reasons that have nothing to do with where we are today in society. If straightforward monogamy doesn't work for you or you'd like to figure out a way to open up something with your partner or maybe once a year, once a quarter or whatever it is, you guys get to decide. There's no relationship police that are going to come knock on your door and tell you that you're doing it the wrong way. So I hope by listening to this show today and just listen to show in general, it's going to help you all realize that the power of a healthy relationship and what you want to look like is in your hands. Thanks for your email, Courtney. Chris, peace 36 in Oklahoma, and he can't stay hard in couple swapping, but he can during threesomes, regardless of the third person's gender. Tell me what's going on. Break this down for me. I basically exactly what she said. We've been my wife and I have been playing around with third parties for a little over a year and we've decided we would try the couples thing because unicorns are hard to find. So. Ain't that the truth? So you've been in threesomes with men and women. Are you bisexual? Are you with men? Or is it she's with the men? Just her. Just her. Okay. So what happens is you swap, is it a married couple that you're swapping with? Yes. Okay. She and another room? No, we're together in the same bed so far. All four of you are in the same bed. Yes. Okay. Well, maybe that's part of it. What if you separated into another room with the woman? I think that would be easier for me with the other girl, but I'm afraid of where my mind will go otherwise. Well, here's the thing. First of all, you don't have to do this either, right? Like I don't want to know there's like a gun to your head. This might not be your thing, right? It might just be hard for you. But also know this, that a lot of the challenges that we have are on sex, whether it's swapping or even just having an orgasm or asking for what we want is because we're in our head and we're so worried. This is really a mindfulness practice. Do you have any practice with experience with meditation? Anything like that? Okay, well I'll make this.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

Diaspora Blues

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Diaspora Blues

"Program. I think it's a big issue to pull away accessing mental of support. Ju feel being labeled in. It's usually talked about in the community. Say all whence you start. This meant a whole journey To remain on your record. So it's all about the stigma and again it forces people to struggle on their own in just kill In crisis and they're like when they're in control nightclub condition considering the other nationalities ethnic background. And it's also a lack of knowledge about the need to get help. Nuts the hours talking about to say what cities but the need to get help the brave it just because the culture may be prescribed to be strong and That would be like a bar area because they don't know what they are unwell. It just think it's day to day programs have been strong into also family around telling them to keep strong you good to tap and believe it until it's already too late allow it. Yeah that must be really difficult trying to navigate. The the personal berry is as well as the systemic and structural barriers. And do you think stigma is starting to decrease. Do you think people open to talking about mental health. These days mental illness it eight years and now to the now i think if i like to be specific to the african desperate we find that stigma is still a big thing. Dow go big to as before families. Keep the trump was to themselves and individuals keep their sons to individuals by ten by. She would be late. Usually families have been found to not shape. The decisions are big like the police. Oh just find out that these crises but they never want to talk about it. And if i can raise something may be bit sensitive niagara lesion. Some some some Some of the desk florence and just an deficient that individuals avation the religion who dat say may be for example like ruled. Try and deal with this problem. Where is it may be a genuine organic mental health our situation which needs like a clinical intervention. So maybe they would leave it too late. Doing the employing. The limited traditional over the religious healing approach is. Yeah wow that's really interesting because there's does many different communities and they have different beliefs. And then you know the desperate community here dealing with all these other challenges trying to break down. That stigma takes it tests and time. It sounds like you said there was a partial. Yes yes miss. Quite a remarkable number of mental health actually another observation that these are remarkable number four mental health practitioners among the for example african florence. So hence they seem to be having an influence in india communities in developing the awareness. And also if you platforms are especially the past twenty four months i've seen a few zone platforms Way the costed hosted by midday host. Practitioners are from From african desperate community addressing in developing these awareness in mid hills issues in also in the inam alcoa and the drug cues in-depth noticed the most of them are focusing at the more targeting. The youth which i think it's quite effective. I i've even in some religious groups The have their conferences like a weekend conference three day conference. This loot in mental holds mid hurts speaker. In just for example i i was asked also to speak dysfunctionally towards A baby shower. So i talked about our postnatal depression. Hong like it's in. It's really good. That people are slowly getting awareness fish. That's beautiful that's really charging to nar that the some initiative coming from within the community as well to talk about these issues amongst ourselves. That's really inspiring. And do you think the service itself like in terms of say for example. The mental care system has also been doing similar things or having similar initiatives to cater to clients from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds. He yes i've realized in my work pays and even when i worked in the hospital this been a little funding in them into precipices into partition citizens. Yes and despite being encouraged. These new limits did business encouraged to use interpreter sentences with By telephone especially now with the timing of course it telephone services and This been lows of training of stuff just to bring cultural awareness and cultural competitions over that. Yeah it's it's it's a jimmy. We kind expected to just work like that by being initiatives. I hope you enjoying this interview. You're listening to the esperer blues.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"In my pregnancy with my son who is now twenty. One months i think yeah. I was pregnant with him. You had noticed you starting to speak more about metron lessons on. I remember my as kind of picking up because as you mentioned earlier i've been following your work for many many many years and i- nari that was such a huge pot as to what led me to even want to try to become a model n. Sorry when i started hearing you talk about basin that would bay a program. It was one of those moments where i didn't really understand what it was but everything inside of me was like you just have two days. He have to do this. And i could just feel that it was going to be incredibly life changing for me. And that's exactly what the outcome has been. Yeah so it was just that. Full body intuitive hunch and giving myself permission to fully that i just wanted to point out that every other woman in the program in the training memorizing at the time was already a mother with babies and toddlers in school age children ash was the only one who was in the training as a first time pregnant mom and to witness the transformation immu- ash during that program to see how the concepts of metron cents and the understanding of the identity of motherhood and what we tell ourselves that needs to look like and who we need to be to say that almost in real time with you as you prepared to give birth for the first time was one of the greatest on his not only for me but for everyone in that training it was like without sounding crass beautiful. It was like you around guinea pig. We could see how it was going to change the way you felt about motherhood before you even gave birth and that's exactly exactly what it did is continuing to reform me in regards to apple's try mista. I could not prepare myself. For the fact that i would end up with price nato anxiety and my husband also as well and so i kind of with completely taken aback. The thing that held me three that and helped me to basauri climbed to myself and ray chocolate support. Probably a look. Cerna than i may have without this knowledge of matrouh sense was that it was knowing that would was and what it meant. Semaine end it was. It was really truly my anchor. Three that really doc kiryat. Sorry i'm forever grateful to yuri and for this age. Because that's when i truly say it's been life changing. Let that right. That's exactly why shared your story many times ash without naming you until this moment when people ask me in interviews a went on when i used to be able to hold events before covered about what do you think is the possibility to share metress cents with pregnant women. What do you think could happen can way reduce the number of postnatal depression personnel anxiety etc. And my answer has always been. We don't know yet. We says a very new area and we need a lot more research. But i can tell you one story and that is of this beautiful mama. This beautiful pregnant mala her time in and learned all of this with us. Yes motherhood still cracked here. I it's still brought her to her knees because in a way heads what it's meant to do in a way that zapata the awakening and the process but instead of turning that cracking into self judgment into silence into more suffering. She was able to make herself in that and reach out for what she needed. She didn't judge what she was feeling. She understood this was part of the process. And i think as you said this is the gift of metron percents. Can it make the into motherhood softer. Yes i do think it can. Will it stop all of the struggles. We have of course not but what it does is it stops us from tanning that suffering struggles into something. We're doing wrong ash at sorry. I thank you so much. Sorry beautiful too. He articulated in that way. Because that's exactly what it has done and continues to do for me. You know as i shed. My thing is about doing the wrong thing. Not getting it right and this is just really helped me on a very date level to really just tight so much pressure off of myself to be pefect and to get everything right. If i've done a lot of in a work over the scenery ami in the hia let mature sisters and the memorizing program has been the thing. Let the thing for me. That is getting very emotional. Because it it has just helped me to just sorry kind to myself through the uncertainty and missy nece and.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Coming Home

Coming Home

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Coming Home

"Dr to this day hate him for that decision hated him. He meows hospital two days before and then he decided to jump in his mind. Walking gopher joy. Rod drives me insane. He's decisions. Dr maintain a hated. That i i was diagnosed with the blues as all cool and i cried constantly. Look at the sun and cry. The cat slotting crowd komo mom when he shows she walked in the donuts dot line and i would cry every time he went to work but yeah he didn't come home one night and he came home the next day and maybe he was harmed he heels outside and my dad was outside. My mom was out. So i i think they started saying wherever you. What are you doing My parents started with that. And then i could hear. He doesn't answer back. Nicely raises his voice straightaway. Especially if he's already had some dream sarcoma sundown bid and have a look outside. What's going on and he's yelling at my mom. My mom telling racket he my dad's yelling at him. My mom's she has got some guts shoe pants and she wasn't just panting with their words. She wanted to jump on him in stranglings they holding her back my mom and my dad and my sister and my other sister holding my partner back so i i. I grabbed him and with his criminal record. At this point he could get longer and longer in jail. The mole that he breaks little domestic. Violence is part of that. He's been in jail before for domestic violence. I think it was as bad as what it actually was. Which is what. I was told by. Him was not bad turns. That was so all. I'm thinking is all now. He's going to go to jail again. Because it's gonna hit. My mom are described him and said going son sedan. Relax what is your problem when you doing. He had palkot waving and like an absolute will brick wall. Didn't even question it i didn't. I'm still crying today. So i stopped packing up. His luggage is suitcases. Put baby stuff away and everything and was just loaded up the car laden with my son and my phone. There's no doubt that having a child particularly the first child is stressful for both new parents but there are particular factors relating to women. Mary's in a period psychology. Kohl's matrouh sense which like adolescence is a period of becoming it's described by dr early eighth A clinical psychologist from columbia university as both oppressive and liberating in nature. It's an experience of disorientate and reorientation. There's an acceleration of changes in multiple areas physical changes in the body and fluctuations psychological changes in identity and self esteem social reevaluation of relationships. They might be gained social status or loss of professional status and spiritual existential questioning and a reexamination of faith. It's a delicate period with considerable mental health risks. According to beyond blue one in six women will develop postnatal depression in the middle of this transformation and with a diagnosis of baby boys. Mary is yanked away from the love and support of her family. An isolated.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

"And realizing that there's something wrong and you need to make a decision around that pregnant for summer ends up that they have to come to tune to the fact that they might never be able to have their own children then when you look pregnancy not only have anxiety and depression but some people live with severe hyper emphasis all morning. Sickness wrought throughout their pregnancy which is so unbearable that many have to think that just can't copen seriously consider tim pregnancy even though they really wanted the child and they've gone through. Rv if then you know birth. We'll have high expectations. We're going to have a beautiful birth experience with candles and meditation music and fall in love with our baby that is far from the the real experience for one in three women who have chronic birth. But often it's not spoken about or acknowledged by health professionals and then there's the postnatal period where you know so many expectations and hopes and navigations and challenges that really impact all these things really impact on emotional mental health. So i suppose in the same way that you know jeff looking back said it's too late just to focus on suicide. We need to profile and understand depression. I suppose i can say the same for this area where it's to relate just to focus on postnatal depression we need to look at all these other things that really increase the risk of this happening. And let people know that. They're not aligning their experience and their things that they can do. To prevent or manage mitigate these challenges is it mainly women who have already struggled with anxiety or depression who experience those sort of conditions while they're pregnant or have a newborn definitely those with a history more at risk of depression and anxiety at this time so we would say that they are more likely to relapse or heaven another episode of anxiety or depression but one of the things. Also i another major reason for starting cope was that because this loss stages saying is so unique and different to other loss stages people would also say even depression and anxiety. There would associated with all lincoln tree the context of having a baby so someone would say well. I haven't got depression. I've got post-natal depression. Or why would i go to be on blue for information about this. Because it's snyder it's completely different. So even though from a medical person or middle health perspective. It's actually different from depression anxiety at this time of life from the point of view of the consumer. When you when you going into having a baby everything about the way you have your life and your identity and your purpose. Everything is saying that new lens of going to become apparent. So it's very important that way position at information and provide the information that's relevant to that context. I think it's it's pretty standard as a new parent to feel completely exhausted to have allies days. Even when you feel like arcand do these con carp with these..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

"And realizing that there's something wrong and you need to make a decision around that pregnant for summer ends up that they have to come to tune to the fact that they might never be able to have their own children then when you look pregnancy not only have anxiety and depression but some people live with severe hyper emphasis all morning. Sickness wrought throughout their pregnancy which is so unbearable. That many have to think that just can't copen seriously. Consider tim uniting the pregnancy even though they really wanted the child and they've gone through. Rv if then you know birth. We'll have high expectations. We're going to have a beautiful birth experience with candles and meditation music and fall in love with our baby that is far from the the real experience for one in three women who have chronic birth. But often it's not spoken about or acknowledged by health professionals and then there's the postnatal period where you know so many expectations and hopes and navigations and challenges that really impact all these things really impact on emotional mental health. So i suppose in the same way that you know jeff looking back said it's too late just to focus on suicide. We need to profile and understand depression. I suppose i can say the same for this area where it's to relate just to focus on postnatal depression we need to look at all these other things that really increase the risk of this happening. And let people know that. They're not aligning their experience and their things that they can do. To prevent or manage mitigate these challenges is it mainly women who have already struggled with anxiety or depression who experience those sort of conditions while they're pregnant or have a newborn definitely those with a history more at risk of depression and anxiety at this time so we would say that they are more likely to relapse or heaven another episode of anxiety or depression but one of the things. Also i another major reason for starting cope was that because this loss stages saying is so unique and different to other loss stages people would also say even depression and anxiety. There would associated with all lincoln tree the context of having a baby so someone would say well. I haven't got depression. I've got post-natal depression. Or why would i go to be on blue for information about this. Because it's snyder it's completely different. So even though from a medical person or middle health perspective. It's actually different from depression anxiety at this time of life from the point of view of the consumer. When you when you going into having a baby everything about the way you're viewing your life and your identity and your purpose. Everything is saying that new lens of going to become apparent. So it's very important that way position at information and provide the information that's relevant to that context. I think it's it's pretty standard as a new parent to feel completely exhausted to have allies days. Even when you feel like arcand do these con carp with these..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

HeartFelt Doses

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

"Process yes early stages can be so easy even from hospitals. Be given a bottle. Because there's difficulty with initiating goal poor streams supported. Really really important. We've breastfeeding and that's not just support in the hospital. Budding social society as well. There's many barriers to breastfeeding even outside when we think about going out in the public is acceptable to breastfeed on their studies. Show of women are embarrassed about being outside Breastfeeding and so again that hindus breastfeeding we'll buy employment. You know we have to get to work. We'll go back to work so that can stop breastfeeding another barrier. Other barriers include like being part of a social norm amongst your friends or your peers or lack of family support for example so there are a number of of barriers that that exist out there. You want to say towards that. Yeah it should actually bought up some memories for me. And i can recall their spot. Remember shortly after we had our first child our daughter. I'm just being really exhausted. Post delivery and just having a lot of pressure in terms of needing to engage. Your breastfeeding and i was just completely completely exhausted. And i remember the midwife. Saying if i'm not able to Have baby latch on and to start. Engage him at the process that tough to give baby a bottle and that's actually really quite difficult when you've just given birth if there's not the right support and if you are receiving a lot of pressure and you've literally just been for an intense period of delivery. It can be really really challenging. I don't know if you're able to recall that. Yes i mean it was a long time. Go she turned sixteen just last week so it is a long time ago but i do know that. The experience for a lot of women You know when we're doing the six week check for example for baby. The one of the questions is how were they fed and invariably it is only very uncommon. Quite frankly i find women say. I'm breastfeeding totally. And so that's quite concerning because even by six weeks a lot of the women. I'm seeing on on that. She breastfeeding and that supported in the evidence. And that number drops off the close you get to breastfeeding written which is where we're talking from now. Has one of the worst rates of breastfeeding by six months drop. Sounds the one percent of mums. So there's a real problem and the problem is not just uk based worldwide according to the world health organization. So it is a problem that has to be addressed globally one of the things that has happened globally in hospitals at least back in one thousand nine hundred ninety one the world health organization alongside with unicef f developed this baby friendly hospital initiative which basically highlights ten steps hospital should take to increase the likelihood that breastfeeding will be successful. So there is some evidence suggests that actually does help is not perfect. The uk adopted it back in one thousand nine hundred four and yet still we still have these poor rates but even so still improved the situation so dire. So if your hospital locally. That's a global initiative has then you might have experienced some greater support for your breastfeeding but We can come onto little bit more about the barriers perhaps in some of the enablers of breastfeeding later. But i would like to just touch. Little bit on the benefits of breastfeeding. Because there's lots of benefits. Everything from the kind of union bonding be spoken about the connection. You have with baby but also very serious conditions that can result in our lives can also be hindered by breastfeeding one of these. Things includes breast cancer now. There was a very large collaborative study review article that was published a forty seven studies back in two thousand and two which found that there was a four point. Three percent reduced risk of breast cancer for every twelve months. That's a woman breastfed. So you see. There's reduce breast cancer. That's a carrying that. Rigid risk reduces every twelve months. So we're talking whilst recommendation says six months. There's evidence of benefits of breastfeeding. That goes after year of breastfeeding even two years of breastfeeding or even more so breastfeeding is good for your breast helps. Breast tissue. It reduces the risk of breast in the future. Another cancer that is also hindered by breastfeeding is ovarian cancer ovarian cancer is a very insidious cancer and that basically means i can be very difficult to diagnose so you as a woman ever get signs or symptoms that are ongoing that might be like lower urinary tract symptoms like wanting to go to the toilet. More often or feeding lower pelvic pain will feeding tummy pain or bloating or back pain or general tied general fatigue if those vague symptoms are just ongoing. Then you must taught daughter okay because these symptoms if they're ongoing not just one of them not just two of them but maybe a number of them just trundling on could be the early signs of ovarian disease that could be a cancer So unlike a lot of women who think that they might get bleeding with iran cancer getting increase beating with ovarian cancer. You get these other. Nonspecific symptoms so breast cancer and ovarian cancer are both cancers that can be reduced by breastfeeding my nephew. In fact if you breastfeed for long within thirteen months associated with about sixty three percent reduced risk of ovarian bearing cancer and that data comes when we're looking to comparison between those women who feed for undescended months so he's a comparison. You can see here that the longer you best feed the better the benefits so some breastfeeding is great. By the long you do it. The greater the benefit absolutely. I mean you've just highlighted to cancers which have significant impacts on individuals lives and to think that today you know they've all benefits towards women that may be unaware There are real positives associated with breastfeeding. And it's all about awareness. The evidence shows that most women aren't aware and so hence we want to do this. Podcast you want you to know That the there are definite benefits to to breastfeeding. But there's other conditions that are affected by it so tell us about yes absolutely. I think we are very familiar with type. Two diabetes and there is actually a reduction of type two diabetes mellitus which is associated with breastfeeding and there are also several possible mechanisms. That may actually be related to the inverse association which might relate to things like increased total energy expenditure which takes place and increase insulin sensitivity improved. Lipid metabolism actually reduce risk of metabolic syndrome. Okay wow that was really really big so much information so that's break down a bit so when you're pregnant you using up a lot of energy losing energy using up a lot of your nutrients inside your body or n thyroid whom i mean. Lots of different things. You'll foley cottage for example you vitamin d so base base baby is taking a look from you when you are breastfeeding. That process continues. Your energy expenditure is still. You're like a manufacturer. You producing so much milk. And so your energy demands increase when you're burning more energy what you get energy from sugar. So when you're burning more energy your diabetes risks reducing because without burning process. When you're using more energy you are also going to improve. How well your body reacts to insulin and so when you have diabetes. Is insulin resistance. Your body's producing incident but not listening. That's because there's excess glucose everywhere so when you're breastfeeding using without energy using glucose providing glucose for the baby and stuff then your body responds better to. Insulin is more sensitive. so since tippety increases. And you're saying mentioned that word lipids lipids complicated word. It's basically fats everything. That is our oil that you cook with two cholesterol in your blood is is in lipid and so facts. Metabolism says how fast are used up and burnt up inside. The body also improved again because the body responds better to insulin. And so instant not only has a role in terms of glucose management. It also has a role in terms of how well your body manages. Fats in your body and because you have better incident sensitivity because you're banning up more energy because you have better fat management your overall risk of heart disease over whisk of type. Two diabetes goes down. And that's what we call this metabolic syndrome. That is a mixture of incident resistance over being overweight and a beast plus having a builder collateral arteries that leads to this condition that recall metabolic syndrome also associated with things like building of fat. Inside your your liver and your other organs. And that's because of this. Poorly paid management were breastfeeding helps reverse that process. Yeah so he takes you away from that horrible metabolic state that might cause you to have heart disease and type two diabetes obesity and things like that. So i'm going to be very positive to breastfeed and there is some data that talks about mental health and postnatal depression. So but that's what we like to tell us a little bit about not That's sort of part of it. Yeah so the studies. Showing that there's a real benefit form long-duration breastfeeding so as we've spoken about the guidelines recommending a period of six months duration of exclusive breastfeeding and actually studies have shown that the likelihood of post-natal depression actually increases. We've assure to generation of breastfeeding which actually really just highlights to us. How important it is for women to be given the support that they require so that we don't have these shortage of rations breastfeed in that we have the support in place so that they are able to go the distance and continue on with the duration of breastfeeding knowing that there are these increased risk. With these shortage of rations and sadly post-natal depression is also associated with depression in pregnancy. And this might be a stronger. Predictor of post-natal depression naturally breastfeeds in itself. Yeah indeed women talking about data and studies and the association so what's the was breastfeeding associated with. It's very difficult to differentiate in association from actual cause so is breastfeeding causing post-natal depression to be lower. We don't know exactly. We just know that people breastfeed they tend to have a lesser rate of post-natal depression then other diseases The other point is that an post-natal depression in pregnancy is is far more likely. It is likely to also lead to things like post-natal depression and the the question really is in. Some data does point to the fact that that that element the fact if you're depressed in pregnancy that's more likely to lead you to have postnatal depression more than not breastfeeding but it does seem that. Breastfeeding does have an influence on that. And i'm sure he is a joyous thing to do. I mean did not feel hard and you're tired fatigued and it's really difficult and can be irritable with it. Sometimes i mean is overall joyful.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Now i want you to imagine someone like you and me raising a child who is not capable of abstract thinking. So if you you can't use euphemisms you can't use analogies or metaphors because she takes it literally so they're utterly useless and you have to be specific with your language and It is incredibly challenging. Now put that kid in any kind of traditional school system and she screwed so we have just killed it back. She's an amazing school who've allowed us to completely control her curriculum and basically it's like what she's doing now is basic numeracy making sure that she can read what she still incredibly challenged at and the rest of his life skills. That's all we care about his life skills. I don't i don't give a shit about anything. Fuck fuck you. Biology or science or your. Whatever she loves arch does art. The rest of it out care is almost she could read and understand the the practical application of numeracy. That's all i care about practical application to make change can she. You know understand How to use measurements to cook that those kinds of things unlike skills. That's it well. It makes so much sense now. You know why. I thought. I what i did about your book know your is. I alluded to before hit record. You took something that so many people talk about in a way. That's super abstract. And you made it really concrete. Which is why i loved it But before we do that before we start digging into that. There's one more question like i said. If we have to do this in two parts we will go way too much for us to cover it and our there. You mentioned that you had adopted daughters from china. So one of the things. I i've been numerous questions. Come from that alone The first you. What does the bonding experience. Or the bonding process With an adopted child in your how does it differ. Do you think from somebody who has biological tile to with them having been born in china. how much You know of that culture. Do you retain how do you retain it and then you know. How do you preserve identity from that culture and while simultaneously integrating with the fact that they're your kids who french-canadian. Okay big big questions. So the first part is i cannot speak to the experience of making babies with my body so i. I don't have that point of comparison but i. I can't tell you this. If if there is more love to be had for a child that i have for my children. No thank you because my fucking head would explode. You know what. I mean like low. Thank you i'm good. I'm good with the amount of love that i have for my kids because basically i would peel my own skin off for my children. So there's okay the bonding experience is pretty amazing. Because think of it this way. One of the the reasons that That women go through so many hormonal challenges during pregnancy is to seduce them into the acceptance of this little being right l. All of the hormones that are released during during birth are all of those connection. Hormones which is why you know when when women don't have that those hormones being released. They experienced postnatal depression right. They don't have that natural connective thing and they feel really lost. And then there chemical imbalances all out of whack in sewn..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on You Choose You Now

You Choose You Now

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on You Choose You Now

"Are fortunate to have son. The pregnancy was not what i expected looking back. I can see this. I was living as if i was not pregnant and fat. My baby was doing a monday. And i worked right up until the friday beforehand. I think i was trying to prove a point. The pregnancy does not need to change your life. I have planned a natural birth. My son crown three times. Each time disappeared back with inside me. The staff at the hospital said that i was stopping my chopping board. And if this continues they would take me to the labour ward. I had horrible visions of myself being wheeled through the hospital naked on a trolley. So i gave into my fear. I now see that i was absolutely terrified. Yes i'd always wanted children and a family but the shear responsibility of me being a mother of a helpless being had my stories of not being good enough and not enough rearing the heads. Who was i to be a mother. Having suffered from depression the past. I knew that. I did not love myself less alone baby. Who would need to the conditional love. Shame was here. I was ashamed being an older mother. As i was forty years old when my son was born i was ashamed of my reaction to my pregnancy. A friend had actually said that she'd never seen such happiness to ratchet pregnancy. And here was. I not being able to give birth. Which was meant to be the easiest thing in the world. I did not bond with my son immediately. I was exhausted and saw the whole situation as look come my job his baby. Now leave me alone. Yes i took care of him. Fed him changed his nappy sancta. In but i was detached. I did not feel the overwhelming love was led to believe happens when the mother. I hope the baby. I was eventually diagnosed with postnatal depression but that did not happen immediately. Before then i felt alone in ice laces and although i had an amazing husband i felt so ashamed and could not have me is to myself said this shamed ton to resentment talbot and played out into my reaction towards my family. It just take me ten years to be able to face my shane. Many of the repressed motions including guilt deep sorrow my catholic irish upbringing. You did not help my shame at school. Abbas told a woman's role was to have children sex was full the procreation of children nothing else. My mom told me i added. Ut to my husband as a why. It often my son's birth i avoided. Sex will cost. I can now see that one. I was afraid of getting pregnant again. I couldn't go through fear and pain again. But i also more importantly judged myself as not being.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Conversations

"The abc tv drama series wakefield takes place in a psychiatric hospital in the blue mountains just outside of sydney. The series is kind of like a fever dream mixed in with some startlingly realistic saints. Has you watch it. You might think it was the product of months and months of research and it is the series creator. Kristen dunphy has spent time in these institutions. are self. She's even written tv episodes while inside psychiatric care. Kristen dunphy has won awards for her work on the espn series east-west one abc's the straits and network ten's white color blue kristen's written for heartbreak high for wild side miss fisher's murder mysteries and gp but she's never written anything quite as personal as this crystal says. The central message of whitefield is that we're all bunkers. We all have our own forms of crazy that none of us is completely sign and it would be a boring old world if we were hi. Kristen high the character ivy. Who's in wakefield who's got a little baby and has postnatal depression and a couple of issues. How much of that is is. You'd quite a lot. I think this a little bit of main allure of the characters in wakefield. Rv is more specific. Yes i had personnel depression. So i was able to write i the very easily personnel depression. You suffered came after the birth of your son. Aiden he was your second child. What was different with. Your didn't really have a problem with my first child. I had an oversupply problem with breastfeeding. That didn't for the first child in flocks. But what happened with my second child. He developed reflux which was undiagnosed so he was screaming. Twenty four seven was turning himself inside out sort of screaming. Where are just remember. Feeling incredibly desperate both of us were my husband. And i and just unable to help this chart and we would go. J. pays and we got casualty and people were saying well you know. He's just a grizzly by he was always. He wasn't screaming the why he screamed at home. We take him in and then they'd say oh you know maybe a a nervous mom. It's my second child but by the time we got into a pediatrician. He was quite horrified. Instead this child's extremely unwell he's got very very bad ray fox in con- understand what looked at the obvious. Put him on medication and he said he should be turned around in awake. Well unfortunately by then. I had already started spiral. It was too late so he turned around in a week. But you weren't able to. We moved house in that way. It's just a bad coincidence. And we also both got rotavirus my son and i somehow and all these things compounded and are just completely collapsed. Felt like i couldn't function. I was just completely overwhelmed with anxiety and despair. I had a two year old. And i just couldn't function and i almost want you to protect her from seeing the state that i was in we under financial pressure at the time to. Yes we were and i guess all of this just compounded in may just sort of having a collapse in. I think the doctor recommended that could go into sin. John of god personnel unit in burwood. Resilient or something different from that..

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"That i'm going to do the work i g. So let's talk about motherhood in particular. Then what why is. It is probably a better way to ask. Why is it that motherhood seems to bring this level of anxiety to and do we understand that we do week.'. To a certain extent we certainly know that when when we become mothers. The obvious mention other hormone changes. And you know the i. After both the level based eugene and progesterone absolutely plummet and you know we. We know about the baby glaze in the in the days following. Also wear it greater risk of Anxiety or c. d. particular You know in this In this period of lives And you know wanted gripe drivers of anxieties on station. Something that amplifies anxiety lack of sleep. you know when we're not able to look after ourselves the that we might have noli. You might be doing the exercise. We might not be able to continue meditating doing things that model same really positive in impacts on mental health when we become parents but overall we worry a lot about accolades. We got this huge responsibility. And we don't really know what we're doing so there's multifactorial lots of things You know clay into the anxiety of many women darts experience any of these. I have a friend who Exactly the same time. I was lucky if i a shallow some days. She just couldn't understand. Not i don't i don't judge for that but she had very divergent experience to me so You know the the the risks of mental health challenges are high that slide you but but it's not the same for everyone and doesn't that bring its own level of anxiety though jodi that you'll want for example your best friend all the women in your mother's group or your neighbor or your colleague who happened to have a baby around the same time as you seem to be joined so much better than you. Why is it that she content up at the playground and look normal and have claimed clothes on. And i can't even brush my teeth. You know the comparison doesn't help no it really doesn't and you do you think what's wrong with me. What am i doing wrong. Do i have to work hard. I do. I have to do more. And and you. I reflect on that time and i wonder if your listeners might rely i think i really not had time indict to shell out was it but i was too anxious to leave at sun a one i mean i i was ultimately had person. I've length audion depression. We keep our you know i. I can't recall a lot of when owning the day. But i also had a lotta fading trouble always doing supply line fading and that was just around the clock Exhaustion inserts yeah. We're very glad to comparison. It's very natural evolutionary early Protective part of al brian. That you know helps us comparison to make sure that we're feeding even otherwise we You know if you're on the list site thought certainly doesn't help things adis when we look around and we say you know have differently. Different women are doing it are some women are struggling and i just wanna talk about it. So let's talk about personal anxiety. What is it exactly. A lot of us do understand postnatal depression now but for someone who's listening who isn't quite clear on the difference. What is postnatal anxiety. Yeah so why do you think about the difference. You've not depression. As we know are a very low energy very very low mood very heartless. Very doc Very hard to motivate to do anything anxiety. He's you know when when you normally anxiety is really fantastic. It's really protective. And you know where You know coming out of the car at a friend's house and one We're anxious about the traffic. A little one might run out to gets out of the gets out of the car without holding a hand then banks things audie helps us to make decisions about. Okay go to grab the handed out of the car because we know it's a busy road and and You know there's lots of things audience good but normal anxiety. Settles after we. You know we've dealt with a stressful threatening situation where parts neidl anxiety. The dog noises is an ongoing feeling of of elevated Strengthen energy fossil slot responsive activated their whole not whole number physiological changes Stressful minds that are released into the bloodstream. And ultimately what is main hobby jubilant You know they might. Experience was Couldn't couldn't stop And also worried terribly. And that's another part that comes to these the load of a load of worry and a motive thinking testifies and one of the things. I've already batting. Anxious moms was how any what are now. He's a minor element you know of an infant the heist viral rash on it. And you remember the iran into those. Oh my god no you just getting onto the hump of the you know the the not having a little one in these pressures based on that happens you like what the heck you and if i found it an enlarged gland was in my mind my head was i this. This is a two mile and that my baby's soon to die. I'm rash from come another think it was meningococcal it was It was terribly frightening and catastrophic thinking. That had me running to the j all the time. So you know puzzling. Anxiety is brought about through the pregnancy and chop childish and impacts terribly.

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"postnatal depression" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"postnatal depression" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Their fourth child and only son followed. They named him Kenyan Neil. The clutter family had grown to be six strong and to accommodate their expansion herb, designed and built his own large two story farmhouse. He also constructed a smaller home on the property for his full-time ranch hand Alfred. Alfred Stock Line and his wife and Children River valley farm became a peaceful and prosperous place. The clutter children followed in their father's footsteps. All of them, becoming popular straight A students beloved by their classmates and teachers alike Bonnie, took an active role in her church community, making many great friends along the way and herb, gain and more prominence within Kansas, and even the nation as a whole he. He eventually became so well known for his role in the agriculture community. That President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him to the federal farm. Credit Board the board which represents the nation's twelve farm credit districts was one of the highest honors a farmer could achieve, and heard was only forty three years old at the time. Naturally Herb was delighted by this appointments, and for the most part life was good. Until dark cloud came into the clutter. Sunny lives between the births over four children Bonnie, cluttered developed a pattern of postnatal depression. She also began to suffer from chronic back pain in the early nineteen fifties, which severely limited her ability to do the things she loved like partake in her many social clubs or join her family on public outings, and this change eventually caused Bonnie's depression to hang like an ever cloud of misery. Out of politeness. Refrained from talking about the specifics of her condition, but they would refer to her bouts as little spells. From time to time these ticks or spells would get so severe that she would check herself into the psychiatric ward at Wesley. Medical Center in Wichita. Her struggles with depression and chronic pain also caused her to sleep more often well. Her regularly awoke at six thirty in the morning Bonnie would sleep as late into the morning as she could. And soon, their differing schedules began to wear on their marriage. Can you quiet down? The doctor says I, need sleep. You already slept ten hours well I guess I need ten more ridiculous. You're wasting yourself away Bonnie and you want me to waste away to. You want the farm to all the pieces. I lay here beside. You I just wanted to be quiet. Quiet. Quiet you all myself well. It's too late for quiet now. In order to preserve the peace by moved out of the master bedroom, and began to sleep in another bedroom on the second floor of their home, while this change drew some whispers around town, it seemed to have helped. Save their relationship. They began arguing less in free time. Life for the clutter is continued in a pleasant manner by nineteen, fifty nine herb was forty eight, and Bonnie was forty five, their oldest daughter, Ivana was twenty three in married while beverly was twenty and engaged their youngest daughter. Nancy was sixteen years old and their only son. Kenyon was fifteen as Thanksgiving approach. The clutter invited their extended family over fifty people to join them in celebrating at River valley farm. They began their preparations several weeks ahead, but they were completely unaware that the gathering would never occur instead an unforeseen tragedy would bring these hopeful plans to a jarring halt. To finish this episode and hear more follow soft murders, true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

The Guilty Feminist

03:55 min | 2 years ago

We Keep Getting Up with Felicity Ward

"So felicity our theme today is we keep getting up. It was suggested by you. He was now you have as we've mentioned a small bump beano. Tell us what that be like in terms of keeping on getting up a look literally we keep having to get up 'cause children. I thought you meant it but I mean we are at the moment getting off having to fade him. A lot through the night went down to one fade a night which is incredible but we have still got severe sleep deprivation. We HAVEN'T SLEPT SINCE NOVEMBER. And he is a great baby now. He's always been a great baby. I love him to death but he had something called. Click which you here get bandied around. But you don't really know what it is and the reason that you don't know what it is is because doctors don't know what it is. The definition is a minimum of three hours crying per day for a minimum of three weeks and that went on for about seven weeks. Maybe longer and it was just in the not to begin with. It was just like seven till eleven pm and he'd have a napping there and then it started to drift into the Diet and I didn't realize that was happening that I was Getting postnatal depression from the sleep deprivation. 'cause IT'S A. There is lots of things about motherhood that I was very very judgy of and I didn't know I was judgy of until I became a mom so when I'd say mums online and this is like I'm a feminist bought but when I'd say MOMS online going mothers are incredible Blah Blah Blah Blah. I was like it had a touch of the wellness enthusiasts. You know like we just want to be supportive and now that I have had a baby single parents. I honestly do not know how they do it. I genuinely don't know how they do it without losing their minds. It's the hardest thing I have ever done. Nothing Bah nothing and I have had a Lotta Shit happened in my life. I also When I had the baby I still had the expectation that do everything that I could do before. Maybe you know maybe it would take a little bit of time but not long. I think I'm pretty capable you know. And it's all in the mind and tons out having a baby is physical Surprise But I went back to work when he was nine weeks old and I went back to work in Australia. And so my husband quit his job and we flew to Australia when he was nine weeks old. And then I started filming two days after we got there and This show is incredible. And maybe the only thing that saved being but I have had some of probably the worst year of my life but also with this incredible baby and these incredible husband and with this incredible. Show a lot of good things happening but Yeah so I picked the subject just because where in the past. I've had a choice whether I can get up or not you know. I don't have a choice now because I have a tiny baby Any is I didn't mean to debate a serious right up top a no. It's absolutely fine as we love gearshift. I'm sure it coming any second now. Yeah I've heard tell of how difficult it is and I've I've got a little bit experience of babies and children now named and things I'm GonNa do you wear at the time and isn't the same because there was an end in sight we'll give them back. And I think it is the very relentless nature of at the DC own difficulty. That parents told me and it sounds like you did it in a difficult way as we're going to come hence television show. Yeah

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