All Mothers Need Help

As a young mom, I have found support and virtual camaraderie in several Facebook groups.  I’ve made connections with women around the world who are in the same season of life: deep in the trenches of mothering young children. I didn’t have this support group when I first became a mom, but as the mother of…

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Not Knowing What to Do: A Husband’s Perspective on Postpartum Depression

Before you read this, you should read my wife, Abby’s articles about postpartum depression. Most of what I write is a response to what she has written about her struggle with PPD: WALKING THROUGH DARKNESS: MY JOURNEY INTO POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION PART I  WALKING THROUGH DARKNESS: MY JOURNEY INTO POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION PART II THE BEGINNING It…

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Walking through Darkness: My Journey with Postpartum Depression, Part II

As we continue our series on postpartum depression, we bring you the second part of  the story from Guiding Star Project board member and pro-life speaker and advocate, Abby Johnson, who shares her experience of this illness.  If you missed the first post, you can find it here:  https://theguidingstarproject.com/walking-through-darkness-my-journey-into-post-partum-depression-part-i/ I got back in and drove home….

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Walking through Darkness: My Journey with Postpartum Depression, Part I

In honor of Maternal Depression Awareness month, we are re-publishing Abby Johnson’s series on postpartum depression.  Abby is a Guiding Star Project board member and pro-life speaker and advocate and she shares her journey with postpartum depression in this powerful series.   The day I found out I was pregnant with Grace, I don’t remember being happy. I…

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Introducing Ana Hidalgo Stooks: The Flagship Leader of Our Flagship Center

This is the first post in a series we will be sharing about the various Guiding Star Centers.  We hope that these pieces will shine a light on the incredible work the Guiding Star Project is doing across our country and illustrate our revolutionary vision for the future of women’s healthcare.   Ana Hidalgo Stooks…

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Not just in my head: The physical force of postpartum depression

I’ve wanted to be a mom for as long as I can remember- and a stay-at-home mom at at that. My own mom had these little “School Days” books that she kept for my brother and me. One of the sections included the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Year…

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Not knowing what to do: A husband’s perspective on postpartum depression

Before you read this, you should read my wife, Abby’s articles about postpartum depression. Most of what I write is a response to what she has written about her struggle with PPD: WALKING THROUGH DARKNESS: MY JOURNEY INTO POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION PART I  WALKING THROUGH DARKNESS: MY JOURNEY INTO POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION PART II THE BEGINNING It…

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Walking through darkness: My journey into postpartum depression Part II

As we continue our series on postpartum depression, we bring you the second part of  the story from Guiding Star Project board member and pro-life speaker and advocate, Abby Johnson, who shares her experience of this illness.  If you missed the first post, you can find it here:  https://theguidingstarproject.com/walking-through-darkness-my-journey-into-post-partum-depression-part-i/ I got back in and drove home….

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Walking through darkness: My journey into postpartum depression Part I

Today we begin a three-week series on postpartum depression.  The first two posts are from Guiding Star Project board member and pro-life speaker and advocate, Abby Johnson, sharing her experience of going through this illness. The day I found out I was pregnant with Grace, I don’t remember being happy. I remember being terrified. Doug and…

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A Child Abuse Story: Tami’s Side

Next week we are going to be running a five day series in honor of Child Abuse Awareness month. The story that we will be sharing was written by a woman named Tami Revering. She is going to tell you her story of severe postpartum depression and how it led her to abuse a child;…

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