Support Groups for Postpartum Mood Disorders

I just started a support group on my page, but I realize it may take a while to build some members. Please join and share with others and once enough join there should be a lot of support and posts. In the mean time here are some related groups on Facebook that already have many members you can join. I was a member of a Facebook support group when I was recovering and it was comforting to talk to others all over the world experiencing the same thing:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/PPAsupport/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2268015780176370/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/mamaswithanxiety.ocd.panic/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/25960478598/

Also, please join my private support group if you think you have had or currently have a postpartum mood disorder for private discussion and support, you are not alone!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/643640393133446/about/

The PSI online support groups meet everyday. Different hours every day. Excellent facilitators. Go to postpartum.net and covid resources and scroll down till you see online support groups. You have to register but it’s free.

“PSI is launching a new monthly online support group for dads! Our online groups are here to help you connect with other fathers and father surrogates. We hope that you will talk and listen to other dads as they process their experience (the great parts and the not so great parts); learn about helpful tools and resources and realize you are NOT alone.
Whether you are going through stress, adjustment to parenting, Daddy Blues, or trying to figure out how best to support your partner, our groups are here for you.
Our next meeting is September 4th and our meetings will take place on the first Friday of every month at 7am PST/10am EST!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Amanda Dodson Gremillion published her first book in 2012. She began revising it in 2019 and republished it as Just Buy Her A Dress and She’ll Be Fine. The story chronicles her experience with severe postpartum OCD, anxiety and depression. Amanda is a graduate of Auburn University, and now lives in Calera, Alabama, with her husband, Jay, their daughter, Aubrie, and their two dogs, Honey Girl and Cooper. She hopes to write more books in the future. Follow Amanda’s journey on Facebook,  or twitter at https://twitter.com/AmandaGremilli2 and order her book here.  Also, follow her on the Mighty here Amanda Dodson Gremillion | The Mighty Contributor

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