What to do when the Baby Blues Won’t Go Away
As a new mom, it’s super normal to come down with a case of baby blues.
In fact, about 70-80% of new moms experience baby blues. So if you’re in that camp, you’re in good company.
A wonky sleep schedule, hormonal changes, and a tiny human who needs you 24/7 are just a few of the life-changing events that rock your world after birth.
It’s no wonder new mamas feel down.
However–what do you do when your low mood doesn’t come back up after a couple weeks?
In this post I wrote for A Peach in the Queen City, you’ll find out exactly how to tell the difference between baby blues and postpartum depression.
Valerie of A Peach in the Queen City is a champion for new moms and their postnatal health.
If you happen to be (or know) a new mom looking for support, her blog is a fantastic resource.
You can check out the post right here.
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