My Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Story: Mental Health Update


Have a cup and let's talk about mental health. Today I am sharing my experiences with postpartum depression and anxiety, and how I am currently doing it. The reason why I decided to make this video is that it has been useful to listen to other people's stories. Just knowing that you are not alone makes a big difference. I hope that if you are fighting today, my story will encourage you!

Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional and this video is not intended to diagnose or provide treatment. Consult a licensed professional counselor for specific medical concerns!
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I'm Emily, a writer who lives in upstate New York. A bit of my story: I am the daughter of a preacher in a small town in the Midwest. I married my best friend at the age of 19 and we moved across the country to the Phoenix Valley. Five years later, Edison joined us. In August of 2018, we made another cross-country movement north of New York State after eight years in Arizona. A month later, Bennett arrived! Scribbles from Emily is a lifestyle blog on how to find beauty on a day-to-day basis. Go ahead to get more information on how to create a safe style, a creative life and follow our higher calling.

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    My Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Story: Mental Health Update

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    1. I can’t really fully understand what you are feeling, but I can offer my compassion & some helpful tips: The compass you use to guide the direction of your life is above your shoulders. Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes life meaningful. Let go of what’s gone, be grateful for what remains and look forward to what is coming. You never realize how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. Refocus on where you’re headed. You are limited only by the walls you build yourself. Build your confidence. These 2 things will define your life: Your accomplishments, and your character. You have value & purpose. Your biggest successes are still to come, a step at a time. Never let anyone put you down for being who you are or doing what you like. Rumors don’t define who you are. Be you. Be genuine. Scared is what you're feeling. Brave is what you're doing. The pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow. There are better days ahead. Wishing you peace, comfort, strength, good health, & happiness in your journey.

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