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#1 of 2 Old 09-21-2006, 12:12 AM - Thread Starter
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Anyone heard of such a thing? I know I have heard of therapists/counselors that specialize in birth issues. I need help coming to terms with my two failed bfing relationships. (Or at least figure how to stop thinking of my dd going on a nursing strike at 11 mo old as "failure")
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I am pretty sure that there is a website out ther e for this. I can not remember what it is though. Maybe check on Kelly Mom for a resource. maybe someone here knows it. Also, I am sure if a counselor has dealt with postpartum depression issues they would be helpful in this arena. I hope you find someone to deal with this and are able to move on. Good luck!
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