Suffering PPD & Worrying Whether Your Child Will Love You? Read This.

You will get better, and your child will love you.

I've shared my own stories to prove that. Happy moments that I thought would never come to pass because I had gone through PPOCD and was sure that my life was ruined forever.

It wasn't. And yours isn't either.

Here's a story from another mom — Katie at Sluiter Nation –who has experienced that moment where she realizes that she is a good mom, and she's going to make it, and her baby loves her, despitethe fact that shehad postpartum depression.

I love this story. So happy for you, Katie.

About Katherine Stone

is the creator of this blog, and the founder and executive director of Postpartum Progress. She has been named a WebMD Health Hero, one of the fiercest women in America by More magazine, and one of the 15 most influential patient advocates to follow. She is a survivor of postpartum OCD.

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  1. Thank you, Katherine! It was something I was starting to think wasn't going to happen for me. It took 14 months…but it's here!