Monday, July 6, 2020

To the Fathers, too~

Estimates of the prevalence of paternal postpartum depression range from 4 to 25 percent. Depression in fathers is often related (and may follow) depression in their partners after the birth of a baby. Couples need to support each other. Healthcare providers need to add dads to their screening protocols. Protecting dads’ mental health is essential for the family. . Illustration from our book "Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts" available on Amazon or from publisher Familius Workman Publishing Molly McIntyre #payattention #askthehardquestions #beinformed #takecareofeachother #speakthesecret❤️ #postpartumdepression #goodmomshavescarythoughts #gooddadshavescarythoughts

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