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Dave Adams
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  • West Midlands
  • United Kingdom
  • TheGADDad

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Well firstly, I'm a Dad! I hope that's ok! I'm a husband and dad of two from the UK. I have a 3 year old daughter and a 5 year old son. I suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) & mild depression (hence the GAD dad.....)My passion is raising mental health awareness and in particular mental health awareness around parenting.
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I blog on my real life journey through anxiety & depression, parenting and being a husband. I work full time and so this has an impact on my health and mood, which I often share in my blog! I'm very open and honest and love to engage with other parents
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June 2017 (I'm a newbie!)

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Breastfeeding & Mental Health

Posted on September 23, 2017 at 6:35pm 0 Comments

Between my wife and I we have two things that we are really passionate about. For very personal reasons those two things are mental health awareness and breastfeeding. We have supported each other through difficult times in these areas and there are lots of overlapping themes in the care for the two.

From experience I can say that the main thing that mental health illnesses and breastfeeding have in common are the need for support. Strong unconditional support.


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