“How I wish I’d had this book when I suffered from postpartum obsessive-compulsive disorder! Pregnant and postpartum moms need to know that perinatal anxiety disorders are common and treatable, and that there’s no need to continue suffering.” ––Katherine Stone, editor of Postpartum Progress
What if my baby isn’t healthy? What if I can’t handle the pain of labor? What if I’m not a good mother?
If you have these thoughts, you’re not alone. Anxiety durin
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