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June 03, 2006

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KarenJoy

Wonderful suggestions Jill! Thank you :)

Karen Joy

babycounselor

Hello N,
Baby blues and PPD are both emotional, chemical, and psychological. The nutrition and herbs that Karen suggested are quite a wonderful way to help support your mind and body. Additionally, take some action in the way you feel by writing in a journal or paining a pictures. creative outputs can have a significant effect on decreasing depressive symptoms.
Doing something physical every day, such as swimming (also good support for your womb at this time), prenatal/postpartum yoga, and walking help to lower depression.
Remember to ask for help with things such as household duties and baby care.
Continue *talking to people*, both in person and online- it's fantastic you're reaching out here!

Congratulations and best of all to you,
Jill Diana Chasse
maternal/perinatal wellness
www.magicofmotherhood.com

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