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How do I help my wife if she has postnatal depression?

It is important to have a gauge of the severity of her postnatal depression. Observe her overall outlook as well as her appetite and sleep patterns. Bring her out of the house for fresh air and give her the opportunity to share her thoughts and feelings.
 

You can also read up on this subject so that you can help her understand the condition a little better. Be patient and let her know it is normal to experience mood swings and crying spells during this period. If her condition does not improve, get help from available support groups or counselling. Otherwise, seek medical attention when things do not improve.

 

By Ms Mok Sin Lai, Counsellor, REACH Counselling, REACH Community Services Society. REACH Counselling offers individual, couple and family counselling, with special emphasis on marriage and infidelity. 

 

 
Know a crawling baby between 6 – 12 months old? Register your baby’s interest for the Baby Crawling Competition happening on 29 and 30 September 2018 @ Hillion Mall!

 

 

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Snippet of the day

How do I help my wife if she has postnatal depression?

It is important to have a gauge of the severity of her postnatal depression. Observe her overall outlook as well as her appetite and sleep patterns. Bring her out of the house for fresh air and give her the opportunity to share her thoughts and feelings.
 

You can also read up on this subject so that you can help her understand the condition a little better. Be patient and let her know it is normal to experience mood swings and crying spells during this period. If her condition does not improve, get help from available support groups or counselling. Otherwise, seek medical attention when things do not improve.

 

By Ms Mok Sin Lai, Counsellor, REACH Counselling, REACH Community Services Society. REACH Counselling offers individual, couple and family counselling, with special emphasis on marriage and infidelity. 

 

 

Contest of the month

Know a crawling baby between 6 – 12 months old? Register your baby’s interest for the Baby Crawling Competition happening on 29 and 30 September 2018 @ Hillion Mall!

 

 

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