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This is a conversation between two moms, not a discussion between mental health experts. Just so we are clear. If you are experiencing mental health issues, please tell someone — family, a friend, your doctor. Telling someone how you feel is the first step on your journey to find help.
In this episode, Beth shares candidly about her 20-year journey with mental health challenges. Emily talks too about how grief triggered panic attacks in her life. It’s a powerful episode, and one we think many can relate to.
Consider these other resources:
- 20 Ways to Handle Personal Tragedy
- Broken Motherhood
- Depression Is Not a Choice
- How to Parent After Surviving Abuse
- Monologues of Madness — part 1, part 2, and part 3
- Pleas for the Postpartum Mama
- Postpartum Depressions Is Not Real
- Postpartum — part 1, part 2, and part 3
- Redefining Self-Care
- Takeaways from Therapy That Have Changed My Life
- What I Wish I Knew About the Newborn Days
- What It Means to Actually Be Mentally and Emotionally Healthy
- Women’s Health Hotline
If you are experiencing a mental health challenge, reach out to:
- Justin’s Place
- SAMSHA national hotline — 1-800-662-HELP
- Mental Health Crisis Services
- MHMR Tarrant County hotline — 800-866-2465
- One Safe Place
- Tarrant Cares
- The Women’s Center
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Original musical composition, “Play Time,” created by Jacob Tilton.