Postpartum Depression and Anxiety: Don’t Suffer in Silence

If you or anyone you know is suffering from a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PPD/PPA, etc.), please know there is help. You don't have to suffer in shame or silence. Struggling with a maternal mental health issue does not make you a bad person or parent, and you don't have to go it alone.… Continue reading Postpartum Depression and Anxiety: Don’t Suffer in Silence


A Different Mother

Lately I have been thinking a lot about the fact that my first child and my twins have an exceptionally different mother. I mean, it’s still me – I am all three children’s mother, but many components of my parenting and personality are vastly different this second go-around as compared with the first.  When I… Continue reading A Different Mother

Battling, Again

The healing process from postpartum depression and anxiety was long and difficult, but I did it. I survived. When it came time to trying to get pregnant again, I was scared. So was my husband. We both wanted another child, and a sibling for our firstborn. But we were terrified of enduring the pain off… Continue reading Battling, Again


The New Normal

Since the birth of the twins I've been having a tough time deciding what to do with my life. I mean, aside from what I feel is one of the most important tasks currently at hand: raising three uniquely tempered little individuals. But prior to this game-changer of a role, I was a writer who… Continue reading The New Normal


On Prenatal and Postpartum Wellbeing

It's no secret that I suffered massively from what I now know were Postpartum Depression and Anxiety during and for at least a year-and-a-half after my last pregnancy. While I absolutely loved being pregnant, many of those nine months were filled with panic-inducing worry, stress and terror. I was terrified I wouldn't be able to… Continue reading On Prenatal and Postpartum Wellbeing