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Here you not only have the option of viewing the posts on Facebook itself but also the option to share with your friends, family members or anyone you would think might benefit from reading it.

We also encourage you to like our Facebook page as it will help increase awareness of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.



Why Are The Baby Blues Worse At Night? Don't Worry, It's Actually Normal. By Kelly Mullen-McWilliams

The Secrets That Helped These Women Survive Postpartum Depression At Work

Research -- Probiotics During Pregnancy May Reduce Postnatal Depression

Motherhood in the connected era doesn’t have to be dominated by any myth. Social media can just as easily help celebrate our individual experience and create community through contrast. Moms have to stick together even as we walk our separate paths. We have to spot the templates and realize there are no templates. We have to talk about our failures and realize there are no failures.

October 19th at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences a special presentation by Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody, Director of the UNC Perinatal Psychiatry Program, as she shares her experience with innovative research and technology that is tackling postpartum depression in new ways. The event is free to the public.

If you are unable to attend, the event will be available on LiveStream and YouTube. Please find the links here:

For more information please visit

Mom Enough Wellness Group this Sunday

Mom Enough Postpartum Wellness group will meet on the third Sunday of the month for the rest of the year due to Buffalo Bills home games. Come connect with other moms and get support around postpartum struggles that many moms face. Babies in arms welcome, ample parking behind the building or across the street on Linwood Ave.

Postpartum Resource Center of New York
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders:
Finding the Help you Need.
Serving New York State families since 1998

In New York State please
email us or call
State-wide Helpline:
Toll free: 855-631-0001

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For help outside of New York State and the United States,
please contact the Postpartum Support International.
The information on this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical
or psychological condition. Please consult your doctor for individual advice
regarding your own situation.
The Postpartum Resource Center of New York, Inc.
is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
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