Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Bruce Cohen, M.D., Ph.D, who is Director of the Harvard University McLean Psychiatric Hospital and Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is also the coauthor, with Chelsea Lowe, of the recently […]
James Bishop over at Finding Optimism continues to publish high-quality writing from a variety of mental-health bloggers. I especially likes this featured piece by a writer named Kathryn. You can get to the original blog, “Loving Someone with Bipolar,” by […]
It’s been such a pleasure watching the website, catholicmom.com, grow and mature and become a dependable resting spot for Catholic moms to catch their breath, be inspired, and find companionship with other women of faith. Now Lisa Hendey, founder of […]
Last week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Annie Pleshette Murphy, parenting contributor for Good Morning America and the host of “Parenting with Annie Pleshette Murphy.” I discussed nine tips for parents battling depression, steps that I wish […]
I love this post by fellow blogger Katherine Stone! Monday. 3:30pm or thereabouts. Stone Callis residence. Conversation between mom and 8-year-old son with whom she had horrible, raging postpartum OCD and cried every day and thought she’d ruined his life […]
Motherhood and depression: how Anthea Rowan came to understand the illness of depression after living with her mother’s during her childhood.
December is a great time to turn to the Mother of God for some tips.
Social attachment tips for new moms from a psychologist, and ways to compensate when you didn’t experience that as a baby.
funny stories about motherhood to make you laugh
On Mother’s Day, Group Beyond Blue moderator Mel started a discussion thread for folks who have strained or distanced relationships with their moms or children. And for Father’s Day, she’s done the same. You can get to the Group Beyond […]