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The Postpartum Depression Workbook: Strategies to Overcome Negative Thoughts, Calm Stress, and Improve Your Mood

The Postpartum Depression Workbook: Strategies to Overcome Negative Thoughts, Calm Stress, and Improve Your Mood

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Powerful strategies and compassionate support for overcoming postpartum depression

Becoming a mother is a huge transition. For some, the mood swings, the pressures, and the anxiety can be intense and overwhelming. One in five women will develop postpartum depression (PPD) after pregnancy―so if you’re struggling with PPD, know you’re not alone. This depression workbook is designed to help you navigate the transition to becoming the healthy and happy parent you want to be.

This depression workbook is here to guide you on your journey, providing supportive strategies and tools grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)―proven to help you understand, cope with, and reduce your PPD symptoms. Discover common signs of PPD, what it is, and what you can do about it. Explore your thoughts, feelings, and relationships, plus self-care practices through a variety of practical and insightful exercises in this depression workbook.

This depression workbook includes:

  • Primer on PPD―Discover if you might have PPD, take a look at common causes and risk factors, and see how PPD can impact your partner.
  • Lasting relief―The CBT-based postpartum strategies in this depression workbook will help you adopt a positive mindset, improve your mood, deepen your relationships, and find time to recharge.
  • Moms like you―Find kinship in real-life scenarios from other parents, paired with practical advice, simple tips, and interactive exercises.

 

This depression workbook provides the strategies, tools, and support you’ll need for a healthy and happy transition into parenthood.