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samoina wangui
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So.. We have some good news to share . We have been working in the background to provide a safe space for moms and dads struggling with #postpartumdepression to share their experiences in their different recovery journeys. We are finally launching support groups to provide therapy for affected moms and dads in Nairobi (for now). Please read through this post. Feel free to inbox, email or call to register or for clarification.
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Kenyan mothers recount dealing with #postpartumdepression on Victoria's Lounge.

#PPD #PPDKenya
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#postbypost #2

On finding balance and #motherhood.
My #postpartumdepression journey
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Today I am rambling on motherhood, toys and straws.

A reminder to be fully present in this parenting journey because the years are fleeting by and a time will come when I will not have pet peeves about a messy house, a noisy drummer, tiny feet pattering up the stairs or noisy slurping of tea. :)
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These holidays have been an emotional rollercoaster for me and mine. The school holidays began with a bang. My heart was bursting with gratitude and just the sheer amazement that we made it this far. Here, my not-so little boy, all grown, graduating from…
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A support group is an organization that brings together people who share or have gone through common disorders or life experiences such as postpartum depression (PPD), child loss, grief, addiction and anxiety among others. These people meet together to…
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"There is nothing as dreadful, as scary, as heart-wrenching as hearing someone say the words,

“I want to kill myself”

These are words you do not want to hear, at all. What do you do from that point? How do you help? What do you say, and more importantly, what shouldn’t you say? As scary as this scenario is, hearing this words is a subtle gift that a friend who is struggling gives. It is their way of crying for help, it is their way of giving you an opportunity to help in their journey, as hard as it is. Your response is critical as it could either be an doorway to healing, or it could be the end as they know it. "

On #suicide and #mentalhealth
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There is nothing as dreadful, as scary, as heart-wrenching as hearing someone say the words, “I want to kill myself” These are words you do not want to hear, at all. What do you do from that point? How do you help? What do you say, and more importantly,…
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