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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Actress Yvonne Nelson Talks About Suffering From PND

Ghanaian Actress Yvonne Nelson has revealed that she suffered from postnatal depression....






She was a guest on UTV’s “United Showbiz” show hosted by her colleague actress, Nana Ama McBrown, With John Dumelo and Bulldog as panellists on the show which was dedicated to the first birthday of Nana Ama’s daughter, they all shared their experiences as celebrities who became parents.



Yvonne Nelson talking about her experience said “It’s been hard, at some point depression almost set in. I gained so much weight. And because I have been parenting alone since her father doesn’t live in Ghana, it has been tough. At some point, I started schooling and I had to combine it with shooting and taking care of Ryn.”


Nana McBrown asked Yvonne if she got pregnant because she wanted a child and the actress answered,
“When I met her father everything was right. I saw the kind of relationship he had with his other children so I knew he would be great. I didn’t have a father figure at home because my dad wasn’t in my life so I wanted better for Ryn.”



Narrating how she welcomed her daughter, Yvonne revealed that her water broke while in the car on the way to the hospital. Giving a detailed account, she mentioned that the head of her baby came out while in the car adding that the bumpy roads and potholes made it worst.


The actress at the time of announcing the birth of her daughter faced a myriad of criticism for welcoming a child out of wedlock, with a man who has two children and divorced his wife. In relation, Nana Ama asked Yvonne if being a parent out of wedlock was an issue and she retorted, “If you are not married you are not missing anything”.


Yvonne Nelson, welcomed her daughter Ryan Roberts with a British photographer, Jamie Roberts, in 2017

 from the pulse.com.gh

59 comments:

  1. With the way this lady was hot back then I thought she'd end up with a bloc.

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    1. Her brain isnt as hot as she looks.

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    2. 11:43 I said bloc because back then,those were the cabals coming for her.

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    3. See me laughing at both of you. You are both wrong by the way. Anono correcter, a bloke is a man/male. Second anon, English/spelling error.

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    4. Slikky,you made absolutely no sense.

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  2. Post Natal Depression is not a status symbol. You were depressed because you had a baby out of wedlock. Every female will understand that.
    Please the birth of a baby (under the circumstances of family as God made it) comes with Joy.

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    1. People like you are the reason why some new mothers die in silent. Fear of being judged by people like you will make them suffer PND and not seek help. It can happen to any new mother both single and married. Go and educate yourself please.

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    2. 10:35 compound mumu

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    3. Anonymous 10:35, so you assume that having a child or children in wedlock doesn't bring about PND๐Ÿ˜? Have a child first "especially in the abroad" them come back here to preach to us. Olodo
      PND is not a status symbol: crap. You think any woman decides to walk into PND.
      Rubbish ๐Ÿฅด๐Ÿ˜

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    4. Married women never have PND?

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    5. Bullshit talks...

      I had post natal depression when i had my first child and i am married.

      Don't blame her marital status for PND..

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    6. @11:33
      Abroad is not heaven. If you don't want to have depression, do not become a baby mama..

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    7. They blame everything on being a single parent. As if it’s the end of the world. How many of you married women are happy. It’s not about being married it’s about being happy and raising kids in a happy environment married or single. My ex came visiting with his son and the small boy called him silly!! My son that am training single handedly can never say such mind you he’s married oo bs

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    8. @Anon 11:33, I thought I was the only one. I was so sad and depressed everyday. I’m glad it’s past

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    9. @ anonymous 11:40, it is not bullshit talks. the fact that you are married and had a baby does not signify happiness.. you may have suffered PND even though you are married due to a loveless union and uncaring partner or lack of attention, fulfillment and appreciation from a distant partner. Most PND sufferers have been known to have suffered loveless situation from the partner when they had their baby, you can have a baby out of wedlock and have a heavy dose of PND so also if married especially when the husband is not there emotionally. When I was in Nigeria, my sister's neighbour who I feel was in q very loveless marriage had a baby but the husband never stayed at home after work to bond with the baby or even on weekends to receive visitors, it was painful to witness, any woman who suffers from PND in marriage is mostly presumed to be in a lack of attention and loveless marriage, you can also have a baby out of wedlock with an adoring partner and not have any PND because you feel loved in excess with a partner who will need fully put a ring on you. PND comes with the feeling of rejection and lack of love most times, and that is why any woman who has it must be pampered and loved because that is the only CURE

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    10. But if you are married with in law wahala you can have PND.When I had my first born ,it was hell.I felt like taking my child and running away but with the second I have grown to handle all.

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    11. 11.40 either your horseband does not give you adequate love and support, or you for off cloth enter market.
      One of the risk factors for post natal depression is lack of social support.
      Make una de argue with una keypads.

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    12. lol...some people on this blog are just something else...so she had PND cos she was not married? as for you 12:28 not having social support just aggravates it. PND is hormonal and has nothing to do with marital status. no woman will choose it over just normal post natal challenges all women will have. it is another thing to have a support system and it is another thing for them to know that you have PND. if you know you know

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    13. 1st Annonymous 11:59, it's obvious you lack wisdom๐Ÿฅด. Did I ever mention abroad being heaven? You need to sort out inferiority complex and bitterness disturbing your life๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพ‍♀️.
      I am not a single mother and I will never look down on any single mother because at the end of the day it's a big honour being able to be called a Mum. The joy cannot be explained.
      I have been married for 17 years and it's not by my knowing as I still work hard to make it even more beautiful.
      Go have a child and appreciate what all mums do regardless of whether single or married. I had all my children as a married woman and even at that went through PND with my first child, and the only reason why I mentioned abroad was because most people abroad never have the support or luxury those in Nigeria have, even if you have your mum or someone come over to help you with baby: there will be that time when they have to return to Nigeria. We don't have the luxury of neighbours or family helping with baby. Get that into your head and don't let bitterness kee you ๐Ÿคช.
      Abroad is not heaven but it is very sweet and comes with so many beautiful and luxurious things you can only long for. Olodo rabata ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿฅด๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพ‍♀️

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    14. Anonymous 11:40, please ignore the negative comments. Not worth replying them.
      When you all give birth especially with your first child then you will understand that sleep deprivation waking up several times during the night, not having enough rest and constantly taking care of an infant brings about PND.

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    15. @14:35
      Let me put your words in quote;
      "it's a big honour being able to be called a Mum. The joy cannot be explained."
      Let me put the words of Jesus in quote:
      "A woman giving birth to a child has pain because her time has come; but when her baby is born she forgets the anguish because of her joy that a child is born into the world."John 16:21

      Don't you see that these two words are the same?
      Don't you see that what causes depression after delivery is man-made?
      The sanctity of marriage must be respected and the husband must be supportive for that
      bliss to be achieved.
      Thanks for the enlightenment.

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    16. She forgets her anguish= the stress of pregnancy and pain of labour. Stop reading your bible upside down you will not hear. Note she forgets the pain of labour when the baby is born. There is a relief that comes after you push out the baby, the pain disappears. That is what the bible is talking about so stop misinterpreting it.

      A woman can have PND for a lot of reasons.Not sleeping well at night alone causes depression generally. The engorged breast, feeding another human being, the anxiety of being a mum,for some women, the aftermath of the CSection pain.

      Women rarely suffer PND with their second and subsequent children because they have been able to find a balance and now understand motherhood better unlike first time moms who struggle.

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  3. Who am I to judge her? May time give all the healing you require.
    *Deeza*

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    1. Abeg speak for yourself. She was depressed cos she had a child with a man who isn't whom she thought he was.

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    2. And you know this because she told you in confidence?

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    3. Man or no man let me even have a baby . I dont mind having PND for a while either just to be be a mom...yes it's that serious so think of that before misyarning here about single or married people . Some folks really just want a kid

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  5. Im not surprised.
    Wrong sperm from the wrong man causes that

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    1. Whatever bible you are reading that supports this your comment,I sure hope it doesn't come back and bite you on the bottom.

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    2. Anonymous 10:48, clap for yourself๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ. Hope you get out well of any bad situation you find yourself because Yvonne fell but she was able to pick herself up again.
      Awon Judgina, see as you spread hateful comments on just this post.
      Oniyeye ๐Ÿ˜

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    3. comments online by people will really bring curses that need deliverance . Hmmmmm

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    4. Kami, what does Bible have to do with the comment?

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  6. If you are not married you are not missing anything”.๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ‘

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  7. I see you with the fake bag you're carrying

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    1. Pele oo original bags carrier. So those that carry fake bags now are not humans or what? Nonsense talk

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    2. Is it your fake bag? Has the original one finished? Go get your own and let her rock her fake one and I can assure you she will rock hers better than you.
      Original bag watcher: clap for yaself ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ, how many designer bags do you have ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
      Depressed fool

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  8. It is so common to see women who had no stable father figure growing up make mistakes in making the right choice for a life partner and always continue in the line of their mothers with single parenting. Me thinks they are so eager for that man presence in their lives that they don't check right. Before you come for me know that I know over 20 people that are on this table and that is why I have drawn this conclusion...

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    1. But you're right though

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    2. You aren't right. On the contrary you see the mistake your mom made and you strive to do better. I and others who came from broken homes with no stable father figure have beautiful marital lives. Our past experience made us resolute to not settle for less and accept just anything that appear in the image of a man. All thanks to God.

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    3. Anon 11:29 your head dey there. It’s so true any child who lacks that stable responsibile and loving father figure will almost always make mistakes when it comes to men.

      I am the admin of the Whattsap group unfortunately but I’m stepping aside so that God can rearrange my life and give me the right man so that I can raise a happy and stable family...what I never had . God please answer my prayers๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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    4. You should all continue deceiving yourselves and blaming your situations on the fact that your father's were never part of your lives ๐Ÿ˜.
      My mother single handedly raised 6 children to university, giving us transport fee first month we all started working after NYSC.
      Stop all these rubbish mentality of saying society or people robbed you of becoming better people ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพ‍♀️.

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    5. That anon said the truth I also know 20 who also chose wrong people and they’re now forcing the idiots to be in the kids life smh. It’s just a pity the other anon don’t worry God will give us all a new better beginning and ending ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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    6. 13:35 speak for yourself alone. I had no father figure and I have a happyarriage. I made mistake as a matter of fact it opened my eyes shaperly. Speak positives into your lives stop making excuses.

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    7. *I have a happy marriage. I made no mistake*

      The secret is to have your identity rooted in Christ and be intentional.

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  9. The cause of her depression was obvious

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  10. Hmmm Yvonne...if you are not married u are missing something indeed, the companionship to start with, the comfort knowing someone will listen and say something positive to encourage you when u complain... marriage is great with a good person

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    1. Marriage is wonderful with the right partner.

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  11. But when this lady had that baby, she was all over the internet camera showing us how happy she was.
    Why do they like to live fake pretentious lives? I still remember her with that baby daddy
    carrying her on the back๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    1. May be she thought all will end up in marriage

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    2. And when she was not married by him and she got depressed, she tags it PND?

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  12. Yvonne, let me tell you what you miss when you are married and have a child. You will miss PND, being depressed because you have become a baby mama.

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  13. How can someone who has never been married say "if you're not married, you're not missing anything"? How you wan take know? It doesn't even make sense. Shebi it's someone that has eaten something that can tell you how it tastes.

    And I find it unnerving that she chose a father for her child based on "I saw him with his other kids". See eh, if you're a woman who had an absentee or abusive father, get healing for yourself before you attempt to bring a child into this world. Before you repeat the mistakes and experiences of your mother. Not every situation that repeats is an ancestral curse; some are bad behaviour generations keep repeating cos they don't know better. In deliberately targeting a man because of how he was with his other children, she has managed to pick a man who isn't committed to her - like her father wasn't with her mother.

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    1. you people should stop coming here to preach epistles all the time. you dont know her story. in her comment she said when she met the man everything was right, some men will come all luvy duvy and promise you the world but when pickin enter they change directions. some men start our sweet and change later, no woman will beat her chest and say she has men knowledge foolproof. some of our seemingly best choices sometimes tun out bad years down the line.she might have even left the pregnancy cos she felt his relationship with his other kids shows he will make a good father. only a few women will not want to be happily married or be in an exclusive relationship with a man they love. she wont come out and say all that went down so i doubt if that was the only reason she picked this man, after they were all over each other at the beginning

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    2. Well said The Real OA ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ.
      I wish Yvonne all the best and pray she finds complete healing.

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  14. I think this depression is caused by the sudden drop in hormones after giving birth, some ppl just have a longer time adjusting. At the end of the day she has her baby. Many in the industry even some older than she is wished they had a baby. Even of she consciously chose to get pregnant it is her body and her choice.

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    1. Exactly, it is not about wedlock or no wedlock. My husband was there for me all through but I still suffered PND. He was the one pumping my breast for me. I had pains from csection then breast pain joined, bleeding, blood pressure, not sleeping well haa it wasn't easy.

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