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There is growing awareness around signs of postpartum depression. However, there is a condition that isn’t talked about nearly as much, and that is perinatal rage. This anger often comes out of nowhere, and is not consistent with your normal personality. Many people who experience this feel shame, and it can impact your relationships and the way that you’re functioning day to day. However, it doesn’t have to continue. There are ways to get help.
Our guest today, Dr. Ashurina Ream, is a clinical psychologist specializing in perinatal mental health. She began pursuing this speciality after her own experience with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Ream is describing to us what perinatal rage is, the common risk factors, and how to get support.
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