‘A little bit of depression can be good for you’: A post-natal depression checklist

“I was diagnosed with Postnatal Depression Disorder (PDD) in my 20s and I had no idea that depression was such a serious illness.”

It is a difficult diagnosis to make.

I went through a period where I was depressed, but it was a good time for me and I was able to get through it.

“I found myself working on my CV at a company and it helped me get a bit of self-esteem.

It has been about six years since my diagnosis and I have now been working in the health and wellbeing industry for over 10 years.

The Postnatal Depressed checklist helps women to keep a diary of their depression symptoms and helps them to manage it so that they are able to cope and move on.”

Postnatal depression is a chronic condition, so you are going to be dealing with it for the rest of your life.

It’s important that you don’t stop trying to improve yourself and you need to keep working on yourself to help you get back on your feet.

“I had a really good experience with it.”

Once I got back into work, I felt a bit better and it’s helped me cope with my depression a lot more than I had expected.