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PMAD: Condemnation 

So it’s almost 4am and I have yet to go to sleep. I am literally processing all things from the day (now yesterday) and week. It’s only at a time like this does your flesh try to “think” that it runs you. 540 more words


How I Cope

It’s no secret to anyone who has known me for any amount of time (or sometimes even to the nice mom I meet in the coffee shop, within about five minutes of chatting–sorry, nice person!) that I have struggled with depression and anxiety for most of my life. 2,051 more words

PMAD: no distractions

First,Happy Thanksgiving! I know many of us will be with our families. Usually this can be a time where we just let everything go. We want to fit in so bad with our family that we tend to through our goals to the side to please them instead of being the black sheep. 291 more words


PMAD: How Do You Love Me

So I  just heard the song How Do You Love Me  (click to hear the song) by Sango feat. SPZRKT (some of my favorite artist). First of all I loved it! 892 more words


PMAD: Give Me a Clean Heart

I don’t know if you have ever heard the song Give Me a Clean Heart by Fred Hammond, but I would suggest listening to it. It is one of my favorite songs to listen to when I am feeling down, or distracted by the world. 205 more words


Teen moms and perinatal depression

Pomegranate was a sponsor/exhibitor at the Mental Health America Franklin County Fall Conference on Maternal Mental Health and Perinatal Depression. Speaker Birdie Gunyon Meyer, RN, MA, CLC  was the primary presenter.  557 more words

Adolescent Psychiatry

Sisterhood of the Traveling Hearts 

I had some expectations going into the Warrior Mom Conference last weekend. I expected I would meet some new people, meet people I had only previously ‘met’ in a little tiny box on my computer and that I’d be able to squash my social anxiety long enough to do those two things somewhat successfully. 649 more words