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Saturday, April 25, 2020

Former Beauty Queen Adaeze Yobo Talks About Postpartum Depression And How She Handled It

Postpartum depression is real and while it might comes years later for some,it comes early enough for some...Postpartum depression can end a marriage if the couple do not know what is happening,it can frustrate the heck out of you and lead to suicidal thoughts if you are not prepared....

Ada Yobo talks about what she went through after each child....










I had the worst form of Postpartum depression,OMG........The day i knew something was wrong was when i woke up and realised i had shaved off my dreadlocks ....
Some men also need to understand this difficult time in a woman's life but most dont

25 comments:

  1. Very pretty woman.

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  2. Imagine going through this kind of thing, inviting someone u tot was a responsible human in your home, only for them to gather info, run to a salon and table all u told her, travel all the way to investigate ur background and add pepper and spice for salon customers to gossip with. imagine telling strangers u smell, ur baby smmells and all kinds of unimaginable lies because u r a single mum. Just picture d horror. But to God b d glory , am out and strong. It opened my eyes,Carrying Bible evangelising doesn't mk 1 a good person. Alot of pple live in HATE. God forgive marriage of hate o

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  3. I had baby blues with my first baby for about 2 weeks. I'd run into the bathroom to cry for no reason at all. I was hiding because I didn't want to have to explain why I was crying to my mum or my husband, I didn't even know I was always a second away from crying.

    With my second baby I expected to have the baby blues again but what I had was worse and more serious. The sadness and crying just wouldn't stop going in to months.
    I had a traumatic birth experience that ended in a ceserian and for months I didn't feel like myself. I was snapping at my husband and my older child. I eventually attended a talk about postpartum depression and talking about it helped me feel better.

    I'm going on 7 months postpartum and I feel like my old self and I'm happy again.

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    1. Woooooow
      I'm glad you are doing better πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. Stuffs like this makes me scared to be a mum.

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  4. WOW I prefer this hair on her than those wigs and weaves.
    And the face looks better than the heavy make up faces
    She looks like a kind SS3 prefect in this picture lol

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  5. Ma own is worse I hate my baby and my husband for almost a year and six month I did not allow hubby to touch me

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    1. Wow! This is scary

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    2. C them. Marriage of Hate Gangs

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  6. Dunno if I could classify mine as one cos I was just sad shortly after I had my baby.My in-laws didn't make it any easier as I heard from people how they alluded my csection to my baby being big and that I didn't exercise regularly(MIL was the chief spreader).I was only cheerful whenever my mom came to spend the night with me at the hospital. I cried like my heart was breaking when my mom was going back after the omugwo(she was only allowed 2weeks by her boss) and hubby refused me going back to her base with her. I resented my parents in law and still do because staying with them made it worse each passing day.

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  7. I love this post. That's commendable Adaeze.
    May all the new moms/nursing mom going through PPD reach out and find the help they need.

    Yes, she's really beautiful and this hairstyle looks great on her.

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  8. Why won't she have postpartum depression when she smokes shisha in pregnancy?😏😏😏😏

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  9. Women do go through a lot oh...
    God help usπŸ™

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  10. I had the worst kind and had it up until my first turned 3. I think mine was made worse cos I delivered without any epidural, by the time I asked to be administered one the doctor said I had already progressed, I had to be given laughing gas but that didn’t help either. I will always wish I could run away, I didn’t bond that much with my first initially . I was always looking for who to push her to, thank God I had a nanny that was calm and reliable. It wasn’t easy, nobody really tells anybody what childbirth entails in details. Maybe cause we want to forget the trauma. I didn’t know sitting down after delivery was going to be a horrible experience, I didn’t know urinating or doing no 2 will be a horror. My dear, mothers are trying. Anybody that has gone through pregnancy is a survivor. Do we start talking about the body changes, the ragging hormones, the inability to move around easily. My advise to mothers, opt for epidural, go for any option that’ll make delivery easy for you. You don’t want to go through a life changing experience like childbirth without any help.

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  11. I also had it when I had my baby,I couldn't sleep well. My bp was high and unnecessary unrest from inlaw. My hubby was too far away from me emotionally, he thought I was exaggerating things.My whole body didn't felt like mine for months but all thanks to my mama who came to my rescue.
    Her presence alone gave me so much peace. Told my hubby years latter that he wasn't there for me when I needed him most.
    Fighting me for no reason when all I needed was a hug and an assurance that all would be well.

    Please if you are a man reading this, please and please be there for your wife before, during and after delivery. Don't join your family to fight your wife, protect her and shield her from unnecessary family issues.

    Life of a woman
    So complicated!

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    1. I experienced same with hubby.. thank God he's more loving and helpful now.

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  12. Thats very depressing. Guys should try and study ladies.

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  13. Going through mine at the moment....wish me luck 😊

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  14. I just feel like this is referring to me, right now am in the hospital just gave birth to a preterm baby, hubby is not atouar and he is still giving me issues, I have finally told him to stay away and give me space to heal, I think am better off with out him and his issues, reading this post has really helped me and uplifted my spirit

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    1. You will be fine dear, God is your strenght

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  15. This part always scares me. Always

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