Community, Resources, and Blogs

Community is my favorite word.

Without the support of my family and community I’d be dead now. This is true for most people, and sharply-so for me. I thrive because of the communities I am lucky to be a part of.

How about you?

Where are you from? Where do you live now? Do you miss home? Do you have a community to sustain you?

Where are you on your PPD/PPA journey? Are you making progress on your recovery?

I would love to know more about you. It’s OK to be shy, and it’s good to reach out. As much or as little as you feel comfortable. Please comment below. Your answers, rants,  jokes, twitter handles, blog links, facebook pages, all welcome. And so are you.

 

More to love:

#PPDCHAT community on Twitter.

If you are not on twitter already, this in reason enough to get friendly with the medium. Seriously, this tweetchat every monday at 1:00pm EST and 8:30pmEST  will connect you with the most loving supportive army you will ever meet. Everything you need to know about it is here .


Postpartum Organizations:

Postpartum Progress
http://www. postpartumprogress. com/

Postpartum Depression International
http://www. postpartum. net/

Postpartum Stress center of New York
http://www. postpartumny. org/

Men and Postpartum Depression
http://www. postpartummen. com

 

Beyond personal blogs:

Lauren, the originator of #ppdchat, shines here:
http://mypostpartumvoice. com

Amber at Beyond Postpartum. Make sure to watch her excellent videos:
http://www. atlantappdmom. blogspot. com/

Ivy’s PPD blog is a wellspring of information and resources:
http://ivysppdblog. wordpress. com/

Aunt Becky’s Band Back Together totally rocks!
http://www. Dictionary a have a glance at this web page place where divorce comes before marriage… bandbacktogether. com/

Miranda created the best Mental Health Blogging Rally EVER!
http://notsuper-justmom. com/
My post: http://notsuper-justmom. com/2011/05/skills-for-success-and-skills-for-happiness/

 

Beloved #ppdchat friends:

Robin: http://farewellstranger. com/

Jamie:  http://jamesandjax. com/

Story:

Yuz:  http://www. notjustaboutwee. com/

Jenny: 
http://tranquilamama. wordpress. com. /

Aunt Becky: http://www. mommywantsvodka. com/

Liz: http://northshoremommy. wordpress. com/

Jenna: http://jennafarelyn. blogspot. com/

Pam: http://www. spermiestyle. com/

Kimberly: http://www. makemommygosomethingsomething. com/

Charity: www. gigglesandgrimaces. blogspot. com

Liz: http://lizsquared. com/

Cristi: http://www. ellieadorn. com

Grace: http://arms-wide-open. squarespace. com/

Katie: http://sluiternation. com/

Liz: http://www. thewilsoncrowd. com/

Becky: http://blog. prismaticdesign. com

If you have a PPD blog that I’m not aware of, post a comment, will you?
I will be happy to add your link to this page. If you haven’t done this already, remember  that adding a link to www. ppdtojoy. com on your corner of the internet will bring you oodles of good karma! If you help spread the love that is the free PPD SpeakEasy support phone chat,  I will dance in your honor; the chicken dance or any other dance you like, your call! I might even capture it on video and email it to you. If you care for that sort of thing.

Interested? You rock! You are welcome to write your own description of the call, especially if you participated in one. But If you are like me, you don’t have the time to look for just the right words, so here is a ready-made little thing for you. Go ahead, copy, paste, it won’t hurt a bit, promise:

The PPD SpeakEasy: A free support phone chat. Connect with mothers from near and far, because it’s easier to feel better when we share what’s hard. Every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8:30pm EST. Hosted by Yael Saar of www. ppdtojoy. com
Details at: http://www. ppdtojoy. com/support/speakeasy-call/

 

Look, there’s a button too!

Postpartum Depression to Joy

When you paste this HTML code on your corner of the internet, the pretty button shows up! It’s magic.

SpeakEasy

 

You got a button?
Paste the code in a comment, and I’ll make it reappear here (because thanks to WordPress, I can do magic too).  

 

 

 

Dictionary a place where divorce comes before marriage.

.

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Community, Resources, and Blogs

Community is my favorite word.

Without the support of my family and community I’d be dead now. This is true for most people, and sharply-so for me. I thrive because of the communities I am lucky to be a part of.

How about you?

Where are you from? Where do you live now? Do you miss home? Do you have a community to sustain you?

Where are you on your PPD/PPA journey? Are you making progress on your recovery?

I would love to know more about you. It’s OK to be shy, and it’s good to reach out. As much or as little as you feel comfortable. Please comment below. Your answers, rants,  jokes, twitter handles, blog links, facebook pages, all welcome. And so are you.

 

More to love:

#PPDCHAT community on Twitter.

If you are not on twitter already, this in reason enough to get friendly with the medium. Seriously, this tweetchat every monday at 1:00pm EST and 8:30pmEST  will connect you with the most loving supportive army you will ever meet. Everything you need to know about it is here .


Postpartum Organizations:

Postpartum Progress
http://www. postpartumprogress. com/

Postpartum Depression International
http://www. postpartum. net/

Postpartum Stress center of New York
http://www. postpartumny. org/

Men and Postpartum Depression
http://www. postpartummen. com

 

Beyond personal blogs:

Lauren, the originator of #ppdchat, shines here:
http://mypostpartumvoice. com

Amber at Beyond Postpartum. Make sure to watch her excellent videos:
http://www. atlantappdmom. blogspot. com/

Ivy’s PPD blog is a wellspring of information and resources:
http://ivysppdblog. wordpress. com/

Aunt Becky’s Band Back Together totally rocks!
http://www. Dictionary a have a glance at this web page place where divorce comes before marriage… bandbacktogether. com/

Miranda created the best Mental Health Blogging Rally EVER!
http://notsuper-justmom. com/
My post: http://notsuper-justmom. com/2011/05/skills-for-success-and-skills-for-happiness/

 

Beloved #ppdchat friends:

Robin: http://farewellstranger. com/

Jamie:  http://jamesandjax. com/

Story:

Yuz:  http://www. notjustaboutwee. com/

Jenny: 
http://tranquilamama. wordpress. com. /

Aunt Becky: http://www. mommywantsvodka. com/

Liz: http://northshoremommy. wordpress. com/

Jenna: http://jennafarelyn. blogspot. com/

Pam: http://www. spermiestyle. com/

Kimberly: http://www. makemommygosomethingsomething. com/

Charity: www. gigglesandgrimaces. blogspot. com

Liz: http://lizsquared. com/

Cristi: http://www. ellieadorn. com

Grace: http://arms-wide-open. squarespace. com/

Katie: http://sluiternation. com/

Liz: http://www. thewilsoncrowd. com/

Becky: http://blog. prismaticdesign. com

If you have a PPD blog that I’m not aware of, post a comment, will you?
I will be happy to add your link to this page. If you haven’t done this already, remember  that adding a link to www. ppdtojoy. com on your corner of the internet will bring you oodles of good karma! If you help spread the love that is the free PPD SpeakEasy support phone chat,  I will dance in your honor; the chicken dance or any other dance you like, your call! I might even capture it on video and email it to you. If you care for that sort of thing.

Interested? You rock! You are welcome to write your own description of the call, especially if you participated in one. But If you are like me, you don’t have the time to look for just the right words, so here is a ready-made little thing for you. Go ahead, copy, paste, it won’t hurt a bit, promise:

The PPD SpeakEasy: A free support phone chat. Connect with mothers from near and far, because it’s easier to feel better when we share what’s hard. Every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8:30pm EST. Hosted by Yael Saar of www. ppdtojoy. com
Details at: http://www. ppdtojoy. com/support/speakeasy-call/

 

Look, there’s a button too!

Postpartum Depression to Joy

When you paste this HTML code on your corner of the internet, the pretty button shows up! It’s magic.

SpeakEasy

 

You got a button?
Paste the code in a comment, and I’ll make it reappear here (because thanks to WordPress, I can do magic too).  

 

 

 

Dictionary a place where divorce comes before marriage.

.

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