Describing the weeks following the birth of her first child, author Jerusha Clark says, "My husband would come home and find me literally rocking [our baby] weeping....It was a mixture of hopelessness and anxiety....I couldn't stop crying, or I would just stare at the wall." Clark didn't know it at the time, but she was among the 15 percent of women who experience postpartum depression. What are the signs? What's the difference between postpartum depression and the "baby blues"? How does a depressed mom find help? Listen in as Clark offers encouragement and advice in a discussion based on her book, Living Beyond Postpartum Depression: Help and Hope for the Hurting Mom and Those Around Her.
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