Mama June’s Downward Spiral Continues as Sources Say She Is Being Controlled by Boyfriend Geno Doak
Poor Mama June…
“If you’re a human living in today’s world, I don’t know how you’re not suffering in any way.”
“I didn’t want to go anywhere; I wanted to stay home. I was scared to take my baby to Walmart, my anxiety was so bad.”
“I think a lot of people try to hide their condition and not really be open about it.”
A mom writes to us with her story of motherhood, which includes a scary medical event, a battle with addiction, difficult men, and struggles with postpartum depression and anxiety.
It’s not an easy conversation, but it’s worth it.
Things aren’t going so well with the June family.
“We’re not pretending that life is perfect.”
When you lose someone prematurely, there is a persistent and nagging voice in the back of your head asking you when the next shoe is going to drop.
Thank you, Chrissy, for your continued dedication to important mental health issues!
A mom struggling through postpartum depression is worried that the medication prescribed to her isn’t working. She wants to know if other moms have gone through the same situation, and if so, what they did to battle through the depression. Over on the Mamas Uncut Facebook page, our robust community of moms is always having a conversation about topics that matter. We like to highlight those conversations from time to time. Important mom questions. Thoughtful mom answers. Let’s hear from the community! A member of the Mamas Uncut Facebook community asks: “I’m 2 weeks postpartum and have been diagnosed with postpartum depression. I’ve been prescribed Celexa, but it doesn’t seem to be helping at all. I’ve been on it for a week. I’m so nervous I can not care for my baby. I am having my mother and grandmother do most of the care for her. What else can I do to help with this intense fear and anxiety?” – Mamas Uncut Community Member Members of the community swooped in with some very good advice to consider. Take a look at a few of the suggestions below. Give the Medication More Time “Give it a little more time. It takes a few weeks …
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