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Post Partum Blues and the Seriousness of IT

Welcome back to my blog. I just got back from North Dakota being with my daughter-in-law. My first grandchild and her first child. She has a severe pregnancy of vomitting and nauseau the whole nine months, the beginning of toxemia and she also had a C-section.
This caused great depressionn when I was visiting. My son and daughter -in -law have been married one year and he is in the military so I don't know my daughter- in -law all to well and neither she to me.
I want to express to you that if you know anyone in post-partum, check on them, care for them, pray for them. This can be a very serious time and I went through a very hard time this week. Call the doctor if it is a relative, talk to your friends husband if it is someone close to you. Let the person know how you care for them and you will try to help them if you possibly can. Learn to step a foot out for someones well-being. You could be saving someone mentally!

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