Feb 5, 2018
Shame thrives in the dark. Sharing our story and having ourselves reflected out in the world releases that shame. Sometimes we feel relief right away. Sometimes it takes time.
Today I want to talk with you about what happens for you when you hear another person share their pregnancy, loss or postpartum story. I’m talking specifically to the people who are or have experienced a perinatal mood change like depression, anxiety, ptsd, bipolar or psychosis. Or a pregnancy loss. Or a situation similar to yours. What is your experience when you hear others talk about what they went through? What happens for you in your mind, body and soul?
There seems to be such power in listening and being reflected out in the world. In fact, I know there is power in that because it was my experience too….
The hope of this podcast and platform is to offer some way that you are all reflected out in the world. There will be parts of your story that are reflected here in our discussions, maybe not in a single episode, but across several.
If there are moms or dads listening who DO want to share here on the podcast, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For some, This may not be the place you feel comfortable, so search for a place that you do. There are really great people doing work that may better reflect your needs.
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