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This Isn't What I ExpectedBy Karen R. Kleiman, Valerie Davis Raskin MD

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Two experts on postpartum depression offer insight and guidance on navigating the complexities of postpartum disorders.

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After endless tears and fretful days, sometimes hanging in there is the best thing you can do. There is enormous power to be found in perseverance.

Karen R. Kleiman and Valerie Davis Raskin, MD

Introduction

Postpartum mood disorders – including postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety – affect one in five mothers who have recently given birth.

But many don't believe that postpartum symptoms will affect them.

Postpartum experts Karen Kleiman and Valerie Davis Raskin MD have both dedicated their careers to treating and researching postpartum disorders.

Kleiman founded The Postpartum Stress Center, LLC to provide clinical treatment for those struggling with postpartum disorders.

Raskin has been working with mothers for over 25 years and co-founded the psychiatry service in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago.

By seeking the help they need and being gentle with themselves, new parents can break the cycle of PPD and find themselves again.

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