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Tagged: postnatal depression

DISEASES OFFER A SPEC-TACULAR VIEW

16Dec

This week’s blog is dedicated to my Father who passed away in June of 2011 of cancer. I love and miss you daddy! My father, a former military man, had a wife and two daughters. He did not want any … Continue reading

  

BRAIN FOG

8Dec

A few weeks ago I was captivated by the beauty of the fog outside. The misty cloud-like blanket covering trees, streets and structures made that morning drive into work a pleasant one. On the elevator, I joked with someone that … Continue reading

  

WHICH DOCTOR DO YOU HAVE, WHICH PATIENT SHOULD YOU BE?

26Nov

Fortunately many have the luxury of “firing” bad doctors if they want to. However, often some don’t have the advantage of picking and choosing from a large pool of these professionals. Because of where they live, insurance restrictions, or financial … Continue reading

  

THYROID POETRY (THYROETRY)-THE COLD

4Nov

November has made its entrance. Time to pull out coats, hats and long pants. Cold weather to a suffering hypo. Can turn a person psycho. No matter what you do, you can’t get warm. Fitted with layers upon layers, you … Continue reading

  

THE EYES HAVE IT

7Oct

William Shakespeare said, “The eyes are the window to the soul”… If someone were to peak into my eyes, they would see a soul wearing boxing gloves punching the heck out of my thyroid disease. I have spent many years … Continue reading

  

Baby Blues Now Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

14Aug

Natural birth is hailed as a good thing but a new study calls it ‘highly traumatizing’ along with terrorist attacks and car accidents.   People love labels, and the psychotherapist Eric Maisel in his book on depression recently questioned the … Continue reading

  

First blog – doing something about postnatal depression

5Apr

When I went to see my GP in June I began with a very rambling and stream of consciousness rant about how I was feeling. I was tearful, I explained, and exhausted. Anxious too – and even when my children … Continue reading