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The Living Grief of Parenthood

Postpartum Support International Blog December 21, 2015The Living Grief of Parenthood by Katayune Kaeni, Psy.D.It’s always there, sometimes just below the surface. Sometimes in your face. The push and pull of overwhelming elation…
young mother with her newborn

Mom for the Holidays

December 15, 2015 Mom for the Holidays by Lauren Hale From the Postpartum Support International BlogJingle bells, jingle bells, mama had a baby. Now she’s sad but she must look glad, oh my will she ever survive?Oh, the holidays.…

The Early Days: How I Survived

December 8, 2015 The Early Days: How I Survived by  Andrea Bates Remember the early days of parenting?When you found yourself sleep-deprived and wishing for more coffee?When you tag-teamed with your partner to ensure that you got…

“That must be so hard”

by Lita Simanis, LCSW November 23, 2015When I meet someone new and tell them that my work focuses on postpartum depression, I often hear “that must be so hard” or “so sad.” Depending on the circumstances, I will, at the very least,…

PSI 2016 Annual Conference

June 22 – June 25, 2016 Hilton San Diego Mission Valley San Diego California 29th Annual PSI Conference  Bridging, Bonding, and Beyond:  Clinical Expertise and Community Outreach in Perinatal Mental Health LEARN MORE DOWNLOAD PSI…

PSI Letter in response to NYT Article May 2015

Here is a letter we sent in response to Andrew Solomon's article, "The Secret Sadness of Pregnancy and Depression," in the New York Times Magazine May 31st. We feel is it always important to list resources for help so we wrote to the NYT to…