It’s time that mothers really evaluate their postpartum care needs and take action to be given the care we deserve.
Amy is a work at home writer mama. Her days are fueled by lots of coffee and prayer. When she's not at her computer she's making up games with her preschooler, nursing the baby, hanging out with one of her "mom tribe," or trying desperately to stay awake to watch a movie with her husband. Parenting is the most exhausting, rewarding, confusing and inspiring job she's had. And she wouldn't change any of it.
600,000 mothers each year in the U.S. struggle with postpartum mental health disorders. I was one of them.