Health knowledge made personal
Join this community!
› Share page:
Search posts:

Postpartum Progress: 2010 Mother’s Day Online Rally for Moms’ Mental Health!

Posted May 09 2010 5:58pm

I am so honored to be included in this amazing group of mothers writing open letters about postpartum depression in honor of Mother’s Day 2010. One letter will be published every hour for twenty-four hours, and mine is already up!

Welcome to the 2010 Mother’s Day Online Rally for Moms’ Mental Health! (Video)

Happy Mother’s Day! 

I’m so glad you’ve decided to visit Postpartum Progress and check out the Mother’s Day Rally for Moms’ Mental Health.  Today you will be reading a wide variety of letters from an amazing group of women.  I hope you will find something inspiring or helpful in each and every one of them. (And if this is your first visit, and you’d like more general information about postpartum depression and related illnesses and how to get help for them, click here.)  I also hope you will be sure to comment on the posts and thank these incredible moms for their courage.

Postpartum Progress , founded in 2004, is the most comprehensive peer resource available for pregnant and new mothers suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.  It has been ranked as one of the top 10 mental health blogs on the internet by and and has been featured on Mamapedia, BlogHer, PBS’ This Emotional Life and among others. 

Full Participant List:

  1. Melinda Roberts, author of the blog The Mommy Blog , named one of the top 50 mommy blogs by, a regular contributor to and author of the book “Mommy Confidential: Adventures from the Wonderbelly of Motherhood”
  2. Meagan Francis, author of the blog The Happiest Mom
  3. Casey Mullins, author of the blog Moosh in Indy
  4. Blair, author of the blog Heir to Blair , an editor’s pick at
  5. Sarah Visbeek, author of the blog In the Trenches of Mommyhood
  6. Allison McDonald, author of the blog No Time for Flashcards and contributor to
  7. Ann Douglas, author of “ The Mother of All Parenting Books ” and “The Mother of All Baby Books”
  8. Victoria Mason, author of the blog The Mummy Chronicles
  9. Suzanne, author of the blog Pretty Swell
  10. Sera, author of the blog Laughing Through the Chaos
  11. Tamra, author of the blog Surprisingly Sane
  12. Julie Hersh, author of the book Struck by Living: From Depression to Hope
  13. Jessica Zucker, PhD, psychologist and contributor to PBS’ This Emotional Life
  14. Marlene Freeman, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Women’s Mental Health
  15. Meeka Centimano, LCSW, social worker and founder of Postpartum Resource Center of Kansas
  16. Teresa Twomey, author of Understanding Postpartum Psychosis: A Temporary Madness
  17. Alison Palmer, RN, Elliot Hospital Postpartum Emotional Support Program (NH)
  18. Adrienne Griffin, founder of Postpartum Support of Virginia
  19. Alexis, author of the blog Depressions and Confessions
  20. Amber Koter, author of the blog Beyond Postpartum
  21. Ninotchka Beavers, author of the blog Cease Cows, Life is Short!
  22. Amy Gagliardi, MD
  23. Katherine Stone, author of the blog Postpartum Progress , guest editor on postpartum depression for  

Post a comment
Write a comment:

Related Searches