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From TheJournal.ie When the baby blues don't go away: How I recognised the signs of post-natal depression PND

When the baby blues don't go away: How I recognised the signs of post-natal depression

Sheena McGinley on the overwhelming experience of new parenthood – and the moment she realised that she needed help.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Postnatal depression filled me with an all-consuming, terrifying and explosive rage Postnatal Depression

Opinion: Postnatal depression filled me with an all-consuming, terrifying and explosive rage

When you think of ‘depression’, feelings of sadness and anxiety might come to mind – but anger is powerful (often overlooked) emotion.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Living with someone who's depressed is hard – partners need support too Talk It Out

Column: Living with someone who's depressed is hard – partners need support too

The biggest learning curve my husband and I have taken from my mental health problems is that without communication, depression will win, writes Fiona Kennedy.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Some talk about the ‘magic’ of childbirth. To me, it was horrific. Read Me

Column: Some talk about the ‘magic’ of childbirth. To me, it was horrific.

For new mothers, the pressure can be so overwhelming it makes you ill. Lynn McDonald Byrne describes her experience of postnatal depression.