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What if, amidst the congratulations cards and presents everyone keeps sending, you're actually constantly overwhelmed and anxious? What if you're beating yourself up for not being as happy as you think new mothers should be? It's OK. Motherhood is like the hardest exam in the world, and you haven't even been allowed to prepare for it. This book is a friendly, fuss free and compassionate guide for the moments when you're tearing your hair out and wondering if you're all alone. You're not. There is no right way to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a good one.
Following World Maternal Mental Health Day, This is Postpartum launches June 16, 2020. It is a book for women in their thirties or forties who are mothers. Some may be sick of the didactic parenting books foisted on them by well-meaning in-laws. They're all likely to have a lot on their mind, be incredibly busy and be feeling quite isolated. Prescriptive and simple, the book is filled with lots of stories ,tips, and humor. At a time when the Covid-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic has changed the way we think about supporting ourselves and others, now more than ever, women who are preparing to birth a child into the world are needing emotional strength and support. There's plenty of pregnancy and postpartum depression books out there, but Tilda's book is unique in how it weaves gentleness and a friendly tone throughout difficult topics that ultimately make it an uplifting read. This is Postpartum is part-story and part-toolkit. It is a light for mothers finding themselves in a darker place than they may have expected.