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Real talk about Postpartum Depression and Anxiety.
Welcome to the world of Cassie Pigg. We have a severe problem. No one talks about postpartum depression and anxiety, but it affects 1 in 5 new mothers. Cassie aims to increase awareness and normalize the conversation around maternal mental health disorders.
Cassie takes you through her journey with humor & sarcasm but still conveys the seriousness of this devastating condition. Mental health disorders in new moms can have drastic consequences if left untreated. Yet, only a small number of mothers ever actually seek treatment for their symptoms.
This blog isn’t all gloom & doom. Postpartum depression & anxiety awareness is our focus, but we cover all kinds of mom topics! Make sure you subscribe to stay up to date on all the fun!
Check out Postpartum Anxiety Coaching if you would like to get in touch with Cassie personally to see if she can help you through your postpartum journey!
Cassie is not a medical professional and does not intend to give any medical direction. Her goal is to help new mothers overcome their struggles and learn to thrive in their postpartum journey.
Also, you can take a free 5 min assessment to determine your overall mental wellness score, with tips and resources for improving your overall wellbeing.
In “Mommy’s Got a Tramp Stamp Stamp,” Cassie Pigg shares her own story about battling severe postpartum depression and anxiety. She depicts her journey with humor and sarcasm, but still conveys the severity of the situation.
This book is a “must-read” for new and expecting mothers. One week after publication, “Mommy’s Got a Tramp Stamp” reached the #1 spot in the Kindle store in the Two-Hour Parenting & Relationships Short Read category.
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