Book about PPP

Hello, all! I have passed the one year mark of getting PPP and havevgreat news. I just published my first book, and it is a memoir of my experience with PPP and BP. It was a great way to process what I went through and found it therapeutic in a way. It was challenging bringing up memories I have repressed, but extremely healing.

I am sharing this with you ladies, in case you want to check it out. I wrote it to not only help myself, but help other women who struggled or are currently struggling with the same illness.

Thanks everyone. This board has been of great support to me.

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    I forgot the link! Here you go!

  • Went to download a sample and it says the title isnt available in the UK.

  • I would love to read it!

  • Here is the link to the UK site:*Version*=1&*entries*=0

    I see someone from the UK bought a copy last night; if that was any one of you, thanks so much and I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful!!!

  • Congratulations! I am so happy for you. I know how healing writing can be and how good it can feel to get your story out there. I, too, recently had my book about my postpartum psychosis experience published. It took a long time to find a publisher but I am blessed that it finally happened.

    I encourage others to write their story as well. Writing can be healing for many. Regardless of what you do with your written story, it is something that you may find helpful and important to share with those you choose.

    I wrote my book to let others know there is help, there is hope and they are not alone. If anyone is interested in learning more about the book. It is called A Mother's Climb Out of Darkness: A Story about Overcoming Postpartum Psychosis.

    Remember recovery is a process and different for everyone but things do get better.



  • Congratulations on your book as well!! It is extremely healing to write about your experience. I found at the beginning process of writing, I was doing it more for helping myself process what I had been through than anything else.

    It became a project slowly, a project to help women everywhere.

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