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Postpartum Depression

If you have stumbled upon my blog in search for Postpartum Depression (PPD) help, I have listed below some resources that I have found very helpful. Just know that you are not alone in this battle. There is help and there is hope.

You are loved.

You are worth this fight.

We are now 8 year survivors! But I adore this picture.


Big Hugs,



Are You At Risk For Postpartum Depression?

Ontario & Canada

Mental Health Service Information Ontario : MHSIO can provide you with information about mental health services and supports in your community and across Ontario.  Call 1-866-531-2600 for free, confidential, anonymous, help 24 hours a day. You can also get support online and speak with a Information and Referral Specialist (EXCELLENT resource!!!)

Mother Reach

Pacific Postpartum Support Society


Center For Suicide Prevention : Page linked to numbers for suicide hotlines in all Canadian provinces

US & International

Postpartum Support International

National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-TALK)

MedEd PPD Postpartum Depression Resource


Online Support Group

The Online PPD Support Group


Fellow PPD Bloggers

Dr.Shoshana Bennett (Dr. Shosh)

Multitasking Mumma (PPD Posts)

Ivy’s PPD Blog

My Postpartum Voice

Motherhood Unadorned (PPD posts)

Sluiter Nation (PPD posts)


For Dads

Postpartum Dads Project

Postpartum Dads


  1. Hi Kimberly,

    Your blog is so cute and poignant. I can’t believe I haven’t checked it out sooner. I’d love to be listed on your blogroll, or write an article on rebuilding health after PMADs.

    Check me out! I’ll be in touch next week.

    Keep up the great work.

    Cheryl Jazzar

  2. Great and informative blog you have here! You provide several resources dedicated to parenting/ppd/depression. Thank you for providing a great service here 🙂

    Recently and as you know, drugs to treat new mothers suffering from Postpartum Depression such as Zoloft, Paxil and Prozac can have potentially harmful side effects. Depression can also be the result of taking certain medications during or post pregnancy in women. An example of this is the drug, Accutane, which is used to treat Acne. Current or recent users have been known to exhibit severe depression leading to Post Partum Depression, that can ultimately lead to suicide as well as other side-effects such as birth defects, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Ulcerative Collities. By raising awareness, we can make sure people have the knowledge they need to not develop unwarranted and wrongful symptoms.

    Drugwatch is dedicated is to provide people with an un-biased comprehensive list of medications and associated side effects to help consumers make educated decisions when it comes to taking potentially harmful medications.

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