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This Isn't What I Expected [2nd edition]: Overcoming Postpartum Depression Paperback – 29 Oct 2013


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InfoDad.com, 11/7/13
"A thorough discussion of psychological and physiological factors involved in PPD, with advice on what to do to overcome it."


InfoDad.com, 11/7/13

"A thorough discussion of psychological and physiological factors involved in PPD, with advice on what to do to overcome it."

BookViews Blog, 12/31/2013

"Anyone encountering [post-partum depression] or who knows someone encountering it should definitely read [this book]."

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"Kleiman, a social worker who runs a treatment and training facility for prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety disorders, and Raskin, a psychiatrist, describe the physiological, psychological, and environmental factors involved in postpartum depression and ways to overcome it."


InfoDad.com, 11/7/13
A thorough discussion of psychological and physiological factors involved in PPD, with advice on what to do to overcome it.
BookViews Blog, 12/31/2013
Anyone encountering [post-partum depression] or who knows someone encountering it should definitely read [this book].
Protoview
Kleiman, a social worker who runs a treatment and training facility for prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety disorders, and Raskin, a psychiatrist, describe the physiological, psychological, and environmental factors involved in postpartum depression and ways to overcome it.
"

"A thorough description of postpartum emotional problems and their treatment can be found in a comprehensive new book...[It] includes a very valuable chapter on how husbands can help their wives when postpartum depression overcomes them."Jane Brody
InfoDad.com, 11/7/13
A thorough discussion of psychological and physiological factors involved in PPD, with advice on what to do to overcome it.
BookViews Blog, 12/31/2013
Anyone encountering [post-partum depression] or who knows someone encountering it should definitely read [this book].
Protoview
Kleiman, a social worker who runs a treatment and training facility for prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety disorders, and Raskin, a psychiatrist, describe the physiological, psychological, and environmental factors involved in postpartum depression and ways to overcome it.
"

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The completely revised and updated second edition of one of the first postpartum depression books- the go-to resource for any new mother battling PPD.

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