A place for mum's to share their stories about depression to help others so they don't feel alone and not good enough.
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I’m getting the experts in!

Last year, when I was diagnosed with depression, I started this blog and the private support group. I didn't really know how it would help people. But soon enough I had mums in the group thanking me for providing this forum. I had husbands private

WHOA . . . Back Up The Truck!

The other week I jumped LIVE onto the F.A.B Mumma Facebook page and talked about the side effects of anti-depressants. A controversial topic for sure.

Getting creative about depression & mental illness

Many people who have had depression swear that being introduced to creativity has helped them immensely. But often, especially when we are depressed, we put barriers in our way to trying something new. Let's dispel some of the myths around being creative, and to show

Better Breathing = Better Sleep

Everybody needs a deep, uninterrupted and restful sleep every night . . . especially frazzled mums. Here's six tips for better sleep from a Breathing Coach.

Transitioning to a new crazy pill

A few weeks ago I had to go to my GP for a mental health checkup. She asked how things have been . . . with my depression. And I can't lie. "Not that great to be honest. I've had quite a few down days which makes