PND & ME:
On Twitter and Facebook you’ll find a great network of people sharing their journey and offering peer support. Search @PNDandMe on Twitter or PND and Me on Facebook. Rosey runs a weekly chat community and connects & supports those affected by Perinatal Mental Illness via #PNDHour on Wednesdays at 8pm. Check it out – there is brilliant help to be found. Her website is http://pndandme.co.uk
- Aware NI – https://www.aware-ni.org
- Support 2gether – https://www.facebook.com/Support-2gether-128553263887325/?fref=ts
- Pandas Foundation – http://www.pandasfoundation.org.uk
- Nurture – http://www.nurturecharity.org
- Pangs NI – http://pangsni.org
- Afterthoughts NI – http://www.afterthoughtsni.com
- Best Beginnings – https://www.bestbeginnings.org.uk
- Netmums – https://www.netmums.com
- NCT – https://www.nct.org.uk
- Inspire – https://www.inspirewellbeing.org
- Maternal Mental Health Alliance – http://maternalmentalhealthalliance.org
- Anxiety Centre – http://www.anxietycentre.com
- Eyes Without Sparkle: A Journey Through Postnatal Illness by Elaine A Hanzak
- Surviving Post-Natal Depression: At Home, No One Hears You Scream by Cara Aiken.
- How to be a Happy Mum: The Netmums Guide to Stress-free Family Life by Siobhan Freegard.
- Fine (Not Fine) – Perspectives and Experiences of Postnatal Depression by Bridget Hargreave.
- A Monster Ate My Mum – by Jen Faulkner (written to help children understand a parent’s struggle with the illness). You’ll find a great review of the book here – The Butterfly Mum blog.