Anxiety & Panic

Anxiety After Recovery ..

Although I am recovered, I think I will always have some degree of anxiety left behind. It's normal for everyone to have anxiety, it's dates back to our caveman days when we sensed danger, our body pumped extra adrenaline giving us our fight or flight response. Obviously we don't really need this anymore, but when… Continue reading Anxiety After Recovery ..

Everyday Parenting, Postnatal Depression, Uncategorized

When Breast Isn’t Best For Mother

Ok this is a difficult post to write without causing the usual debate which 99% of the time turns into breast vs bottle war. I don't want or intend this to become a one side is better than the other argument. Also before I continue - I've done both breast and bottle, this blog post… Continue reading When Breast Isn’t Best For Mother

Anxiety & Panic, Postnatal Depression, Uncategorized

The Stigma Of Anti-Depressants

Before I experienced PND I was quite sure I would never need anti depressants. I was convinced if I ever felt 'down' I could overcome it on my own. Well I tried that and I couldn't. I had PND from pretty much the start of my daughters life, and it wasn't until she was 6… Continue reading The Stigma Of Anti-Depressants

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Dealing With A Rough Patch – Anxiety

Having always been what I consider a 'bit of a worrier' most of my life, I think the severe anxiety I felt with my PND will always be with me to some degree. I have much more of a control on it now and have learnt valuable techniques to combat it, but no matter how… Continue reading Dealing With A Rough Patch – Anxiety