Ry and unhelpful stigma surround mental healthAmanda writes tells her story
with frank honesty and wit which makes the heaviest elements of her memoir feel hopeful Her willingness to own her frank and wit which makes even the heaviest elements of her memoir feel hopeful Her willingness to own her is inspiring and I commend her for her braveryUltimately what I m saying is READ THIS BOOKDisclaimer I was provided with an e ARC of this memoir by the author The author is also a close family member and in fact I m mentioned in this book This was a The author is also a close family member and in fact I m mentioned in this book This was a interesting intense read The only criticism I have is that there didn t seem to be any option or support to discontinue breast feeding You can be a very good Mother and not breast feed. Ents the harsh realities of new parenthood and the uiet suffering postpartum depression commands Day Nine is an intimate memoir that reads like a freight train revealing how common life transitions ― childbirth and parenthood ― can unravel into a medical emergency few new parents are prepared for. ,
Amanda Munday Ñ 2 SummaryA beautifully written memoir and a powerful Read Couldn T Put It Down Loved Couldn t put it down Loved book Although Amanda s experience was ultimately very serious I think most moms will be able to relate to elements of her story I certainly did I devoured this book not only
for the brave honest telling of her personal story but also for the beautiful way it was writtenthe brave honest telling of her personal story but also for the beautiful way it was written transition to motherhood is difficult for all of us I think Amanda s telling of her truth will help other moms to talk about their struggles Powerful memoir on postpartum depression Couldn t put it down You feel like you are following Amanda through this trying time Day Nine is a heavy read. A harrowing memoir about a woman’s struggle with postpartum depression Nine days after the birth of her daughter Amanda was involuntarily admitted to a Toronto psychiatric ward for postpartum depression The typical hold and release process in Ontario is seventy two hours She stayed eighteen days Ne. ,
But a crucial one After finishing this memoir my first thought was that it would be a read I recommend to everyone You might think Well
post partum depression PPD doesn t affect me this probably isn t a read for mepartum depression PPD doesn t affect me this probably isn t a read for me strongly disagreeThere is a critical message that was obvious throughout this memoir the pressing need to those living with depression and serious mental health concerns In her introduction Munday writes that speaking out about about experiences was important in order to normalize depression and combat the stigma surround mental health Reading this memoir and searching out other like resources also combats the unnecessa. W parent sleep deprivation is familiar but Munday’s tumultuous experience with depression is one rarely discussed within
PARENT COMMUNITIES ANY MENTAL ILLNESS COMES WITH A STRONGcommunities Any mental illness comes with a strong stigma and with mental illness connected to motherhood the judgments run deep Through her experiences Munday pres.