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Daddy blues : Postnatal depression and fatherhood

Daddy blues : Postnatal depression and fatherhood
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S0004320274 616.8527 Wil
Adult Non Fiction Parenting   Griffith . Available .  
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ISBN 9781911246770
Call Number 616.8527 Wil
Author Williams, Mark
Title Daddy blues : Postnatal depression and fatherhood
Place of production Nottinghamshire, UK : Trigger Publishing, 2018
Notes "Trigger, the voice of mental health."
Mark Williams led a content life; from a working-class background, he worked his way up into a promising career and then met the love of his life. When his wife Michelle fell pregnant, it seemed as though everything had fallen into place for them. Except Michelle's labour didn't go well. She was forced to undergo a C-section, an experience which deeply traumatised both of them. And when it was time to take their child home, Michelle seemed different. Gone was the woman that he had fallen in love with, replaced with someone whose couldn't pull herself out of a deep, dark depression. But it wasn't just Michelle who felt the baby blues. Mark too felt as though he had lost something, succumbing to feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression. He had never heard of fathers going through postnatal depression, but with a baby that wouldn't stop crying and a wife he could no longer connect with, he felt like he was losing himself more and more each day. A touching story from a rarely explored perspective, Baby Blues tells the tale of a man learning to deal with a problem he never knew he could have.
Subject Added Entry - Personal Name Williams, Mark
Subject Added Entry - Topical Men Psychology
Postpartum depression
Depression in men
Fatherhood Psychological aspects
Genre Parenting
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