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Celebrities go through it too

PND can make you feel alone, like you are the only person going through this, that you have a type of depression that won't get better, that cannot be cured, that you will be like this forever

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  1. Stacey Solomon
    ‘I’d never even heard of postnatal depression. After being diagnosed by my GP, I was scared to talk to anyone or get any help. I want people to speak up aboutit and be honest about it but even I’m nervous.’
  2. Courtney Cox
    "I went through a really hard time—not right after the baby, but when [Coco] turned 6 months. I couldn't sleep," the actress said. "My heart was racing. And I got really depressed. I went to the doctor and found out my hormones had been pummeled."
  3. Luisa Zismann
    ‘I didn’t understand why I wasn’t like all the other mums, in love with my new baby. While everyone else was bonding with their child, I wanted to walk out the door and never come back. I felt so ashamed. I felt so bad that I didn’t want to wake up in the mornings. I wanted to roll over and die. It’s such a deep low.’
  4. Brooke Shields
    "If I had been diagnosed with any other disease, I would have run to get help. I would have worn it like a badge," Shields told a magazine. "I didn't at first—but finally I did fight. I survived."
  5. Hayden Panettiere
    "When they tell you about postpartum depression, you think about, 'Okay, I feel negative feelings towards my child, I want to injure my child, I want to hurt my child'—I've never ever had those feelings, and some women do."
  6. Adele
    “My knowledge of it is that you don’t want to be with your child; you’re worried you might hurt your child; you’re worried you weren’t doing a good job. But I was obsessed with my child. “I felt very inadequate; I felt like I’d made the worst decision of my life... it can come in many different forms.”