How to Get Rid of Your Pregnancy Depression
I’m not going to lie.
When I first had a baby and found out that I had a child with a condition called Pregnancy-Associated Depression (PAD), I couldn’t believe it.
I thought, “My God, what a mess.”
When I got pregnant with my first child, I had this realization: I needed to do something about my depression.
I started seeing a therapist, who suggested I take antidepressants.
And then I started talking to my friends, who talked to their doctors about what depression could be like, and I started asking about the drugs and their side effects.
The more I listened, the more I realized I needed help.
I was at a point where I didn’t know what I was doing and where to turn.
That’s when I started looking for the right therapist.
What I found was that there was a lot of misinformation out there about antidepressants and how they work.
There was a ton of misinformation about how depression is treatable.
I felt so guilty, and so confused, that I stopped seeing my therapist.
I’m so glad I found her, because she really helped me understand my situation and where I was in the world.
There are so many things I could have done differently, but she gave me the tools to find what I needed, and the knowledge to work with myself to find ways to move forward.
Depression is not treatable with antidepressants and I’m glad I learned that.
I went to a psychologist and they diagnosed me with PAD, which means that my mood swings are severe.
They told me that I need to take antidepressants because I was having so many symptoms and that I wasn’t responding to them.
And that was my diagnosis for months.
I wasn’ t sure if I was ready for that, but I was determined to find a treatment plan.
When you go to a therapist and they tell you that your moods are severe and that you need to do medication, that you are having depression, you want to be supportive.
But you know, you have to be careful, because the only way you’re going to know what to do is to try it.
And the best thing to do if you do decide to go to the therapist is just listen to what they say and try to find out what’s going on in your head.
When someone comes in, they say, “You’re having a difficult time, you’re upset, you need medication,” and you say,, “I have a few things I need you to talk about,” and they listen and say, I’ll take it from here,” that’s the best way to start a conversation.
I didn’ t know what the right word was.
I tried to find something that I could say that would make them understand that my thoughts and feelings weren’t the problem.
I found that a lot by talking to people who were in my situation, and seeing if I could understand what they were saying and what I wanted to do.
My therapist, Dr. Lisa E. Stott, told me about the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which is a form of cognitive behavior therapy that focuses on helping people who are struggling with their emotions, focusing on the ways they can use those feelings to change their lives.
I used that technique in the months before I got the diagnosis.
Dr. Stotts told me I was experiencing depression because I didn t have the right attitude toward the world, and that was the right thing to tell her.
When she heard that, she told me to just be me, because I wasn t going to change myself.
I had an understanding of depression, but what I didn nt know was what depression meant to me.
She told me, “When you get to this point, you realize you need help, and you want help.
You want to take care of yourself.
You have to have some kind of support system.
And you’re not going anywhere.
“I needed a support system, and Dr. E. said, “There is a therapist in the city.
You can talk to her if you need something.
“So I called her, and we talked for a while, and then she told my husband, who said, I want to get a therapist.
It was just really important to me that this was my first time seeing a psychologist.
I told him about my husband and that this might be the first time he had been able to go through this.
And so I told my family, and they got on it and got on with it.
But that was a hard transition, because they weren’t used to seeing someone who was having depression and having depression treatment.
It wasn’t until I started doing it that they understood that this wasn’t about me.
I just needed a way to be my own therapist.
After getting the diagnosis, I got a therapist who really helped with my depression, and he also has a really good approach