How to take care of yourself as a mother in depression?


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6 Responses

  1. Self care is very important. More so in moms who put their children’s happiness and comfort first.

  2. You have written about a sensitive topic. I appreciate it. Not many accept the fact about mental health. It is the most neglected and wrapped up due to societal pressure. I’ve personally been there, we all go through this at some time or the other. Handling a teenager is a difficult phase, a depressed teen is a roller coaster ride. So the mother needs to take a lot of care. It is true.

  3. kalaravi16 says:

    You said it Geets! Happy, Healthy Mom= Happy, Healthy Baby! Post partum depression is something which is rarely addressed in our country despite being a very real and terrible condition for a new mom to be in. Investing in self-care and sharing feelings and worries with loved ones really makes a lot of difference.

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