Postpartum intimacy can be tricky. This month we are discussing how to find the time and desire. We will also discuss how
Postpartum intimacy can be tricky. This month we are discussing how to find the time and desire. We will also discuss how to start the conversation and resources that can be helpful.
At the PPSG, we believe ALL mothers deserve support! Join us this month as we discuss….
(Babes in arms are always welcome!)
*Facilitators of the Powerful Postpartum Support Group offer peer to peer support ONLY, as we are not behavioral health specialists. We do not diagnose or treat any medical or psychological condition and we encourage each woman to consult with her own healthcare provider for individual advice regarding her specific situation.
**Postpartum Support International (PSI) (800) 944-4PPD (944-4773) www.postpartum.net – PSI volunteers are trained moms who’ve dealt with anxiety or depression. Support, resources, and information are free and confidential. Messages are retuned within 24 hours.
**Erikson Fussy Baby Network (888) 431-BABY (431-2229) – Provides both Spanish and English support and advice for parents regarding infant fussiness, crying, and sleep issues.
**University Of Utah Neuropsychiatric Unit Crisis Line (801) 587-3000. – Free confidential support, including a mobile crisis team able to come to a residence when needed.
**National Suicide Hotline (800) SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
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