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  • Peter

    At the end of Janice’s recovery I felt like I had given my all, given everything that I had and had nothing left to give. I felt emotionally drained and I felt that I could not handle another bout of PND if it was to happen. Since then we have had another child and again Janice suffered postnatal depression but we were able to understand it and get onto it very quickly.

  • Israel

    My preference was to address the root causes of my depression, rather than treat things with medication, so with the help of my psychologist, I put in place a new plan of better sleep, less physical stress through hard training, and better work habits.

    The journey didn’t end there, however.

  • Matt

    As the man, you feel that you need to take all of this on yourself and keep things going. To be honest, you can’t. It’s not healthy or smart to just think you can cope. Never be afraid to tell anyone what you need if you think that they can help you. Never lie about how you’re doing, to yourself or anyone else. If you’re struggling, say so. Speak to your doctor, friends or family

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  • Peter

    At the end of Janice’s recovery I felt like I had given my all, given everything that I had and had nothing left to give. I felt emotionally drained and I felt that I could not handle another bout of PND if it was to happen. Since then we have had another child and again Janice suffered postnatal depression but we were able to understand it and get onto it very quickly.

  • Israel

    My preference was to address the root causes of my depression, rather than treat things with medication, so with the help of my psychologist, I put in place a new plan of better sleep, less physical stress through hard training, and better work habits.

    The journey didn’t end there, however.

  • Matt
    Matt

    As the man, you feel that you need to take all of this on yourself and keep things going. To be honest, you can’t. It’s not healthy or smart to just think you can cope. Never be afraid to tell anyone what you need if you think that they can help you. Never lie about how you’re doing, to yourself or anyone else. If you’re struggling, say so. Speak to your doctor, friends or family

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Testimonials Type 5

At the end of Janice’s recovery I felt like I had given my all, given everything that I had and had nothing left to give. I felt emotionally drained and I felt that I could not handle another bout of PND if it was to happen. Since then we have had another child and again Janice suffered postnatal depression but we were able to understand it and get onto it very quickly.

My preference was to address the root causes of my depression, rather than treat things with medication, so with the help of my psychologist, I put in place a new plan of better sleep, less physical stress through hard training, and better work habits.

The journey didn’t end there, however.

As the man, you feel that you need to take all of this on yourself and keep things going. To be honest, you can’t. It’s not healthy or smart to just think you can cope. Never be afraid to tell anyone what you need if you think that they can help you. Never lie about how you’re doing, to yourself or anyone else. If you’re struggling, say so. Speak to your doctor, friends or family

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  • Peter

    At the end of Janice’s recovery I felt like I had given my all, given everything that I had and had nothing left to give. I felt emotionally drained and I felt that I could not handle another bout of PND if it was to happen. Since then we have had another child and again Janice suffered postnatal depression but we were able to understand it and get onto it very quickly.

  • Israel

    My preference was to address the root causes of my depression, rather than treat things with medication, so with the help of my psychologist, I put in place a new plan of better sleep, less physical stress through hard training, and better work habits.

    The journey didn’t end there, however.

  • Matt

    As the man, you feel that you need to take all of this on yourself and keep things going. To be honest, you can’t. It’s not healthy or smart to just think you can cope. Never be afraid to tell anyone what you need if you think that they can help you. Never lie about how you’re doing, to yourself or anyone else. If you’re struggling, say so. Speak to your doctor, friends or family

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