Postpartum depression

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How I Beat My Mom Guilt & Post-Partum Depression By Never Giving Up Despite Setbacks

"I tried to keep a smile on my face and pretend all was great, but deep inside, I had this sadness, bitterness, and anger. I was in denial that something was wrong, and in my mind, if I admitted it, it would confirm what I knew all along. That I was a failure at being a mom. I even compared myself with other moms. Imagine that! I tried to hide it from the world."

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Therapy and Self-Care Helped me Overcome Postpartum Depression

"The depression has drained a part of my life that I will never get back. I can’t seem to not see the dark side of things even when I’m fully happy - I feel like it won’t last. I hid it - until the depression manifested itself into an eating disorder. I got very thin, then people started to worry. My parents pushed me into doing therapy as they were very worried about my health."