This makes a lot of sense to me. When I had PPD, skin-to-skin touch seemed to help. Also, I felt like I wasn't a good mom and couldn't make her happy (she was colicky) but she did like baby massage so when I was doing baby massage at least during that period of time, I felt like I was doing a reasonably good job.
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