You can contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can reach me through my Facebook page facebook.com/postpartummama. I’m happy to help. Please know that I am NOT a medical professional and cannot and will not offer medical advice. I will offer a virtual shoulder to lean on and an ear. I can connect you with support groups in your area and offer guidance on everything from how to tell your family to how to choose a therapist.
In South Carolina
If you’re in the Charleston, SC area and need help or have questions please contact Postpartum Support Charleston. Support groups meet every Tuesday all around the city or you can request a one on one meeting. You can also find online support, phone support, text support or email support.
All across the country women are connecting with their peers and families are helping families through Postpartum Progress. Moms and dads, friends, partners, adoptive parents – you can find answers, support and understanding here. There are explanations of risk factors and symptoms written in ‘Plain Mama English’, a blog full of others who have been right where you are, a Facebook page full of survivors and the Warrior Moms – who do not ever leave a parent behind. There is also a resource list broken down by state, you can find the resources closest to you here.
Postpartum Support International has chapters across the globe. You can search by country to find resources wherever you are, or will be.
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