Treating Bipolar Disorder After Childbirth

I don’t usually publish two blog posts in one day, and I rarely reblog, but lo & behold, I did both today!  Something must be in the air…

Re: today’s reblog, I read Therese Borchard’s bestselling book “Beyond Blue” soon after its publication when I was very down, and it was of great comfort to me.  I highly recommend it if you want a good book about depression & anxiety that stands apart from the mountain of similar-themed books.

In this reblog Therese addresses postpartum bipolar issues and she remarks that she’s intrigued by them for personal reasons….just like yours truly!  Therese also cites a significant medical study authored by psychiatrist Dr.  Verinder Sharma that I am very familiar with.

I sprinted to the “good”computer downstairs to comment on Therese’s site and I wrote a lengthy comment despite being distracted by two little girls freaking out about Webkinz and our rambunctious puppy having a potty accident (of course it wasn’t #1!) so I hope what I wrote doesn’t scare her and that she publishes it.  Thanks for reading as always, and I’ll be back later in the week. 🙂

Dyane

2 thoughts on “Treating Bipolar Disorder After Childbirth

  1. Kitt, I hope you get alerted of this reply . You are a total mind reader! That’s exactly what I thought when I saw the image of the universe….birth themes came up front and center to me. I thought that symbolism was pretty cool. The image also reminds me of “A Wrinkle In Time” – of course that’s always a big plus in my book!

    The main reason I switched themes yet again is that while I liked the photo in the last one, I didn’t like the font and post layout format at all. I basically spaced out on that after I selected it…anyway, I love browsing the various WordPress themes – a lot of the ones I really like cost at least $60, and for now I must stick with a freebie!

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