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Postnatal Depression
220 pages
Postnatal Depression

In her book The Baby Trap Ellen Peck quotes the opinion of a Freudian psychiatrist: 'Well, the men can complain about lack of responsiveness all they want. It's somewhat of a cop-out to say that. It's really a matter also of lack of attraction to the ...

Recognising Postnatal Depression, A handbook for mothers
184 pages
Recognising Postnatal Depression, A handbook for mothers

... husband's plumbingcompany doing admin and tenders/quotes. Shehas three children, JonEdward, aged9 years,Christian Bernard, aged 5years, andDaniel James, aged18 months.Nickywas treated for depression in 1993andagain in 1996.

Antenatal And Postnatal Depression
192 pages
Antenatal And Postnatal Depression

When these pressures are combined with their partner's unexpected depression, either during or after pregnancy (or ... at lack of available support The following quotes from different fathers demonstrate each of these feelings in more detail: ...

Motherhood and Postnatal Depression, Narratives of Women and Their Partners
199 pages
Motherhood and Postnatal Depression, Narratives of Women and Their Partners

Work became a safe haven for the partners and is reflected in the following quotes by Neil, William and Luke: There were ... the focus group, Nick, discussed the 128 7 Living with Uncertainty: The Partners' Experiences of Postnatal Depression.

Evidence-based Practice in Nursing & Healthcare, A Guide to Best Practice
599 pages
Evidence-based Practice in Nursing & Healthcare, A Guide to Best Practice

... with an Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) score of 12 or higher, indicative of probable depression (Cox ... analysis and data from which it was generated (confirmability) was demonstrated by the use of quotes and examples.

Postnatal Depression Quotes - News


Scottish Parliament debates Protecting Scotland's NHS
The Government's response is against the background of an increase from 54000 to 58000 in the number of births and of prenatal, antenatal and immediately postnatal stages being recognised as crucial to the development of children.