This is the first episode of our new podcast we are launching today on Bell Let’s Talk Day with interviews and readings from each author from our You Are Not Alone perinatal mental health anthology.
This episode features Indigenous midwife and anthology author, Stephanie George who talks about her experience as an Indigenous mom with postpartum anxiety, intrusive thoughts and suicidal ideation. #BellLetsTalk Listen here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1927165/9953029-worthy-of-love-by-stephanie-george
** Trigger warning – This podcast includes discussion and description of perinatal mental illness topics that may include but are not limited to, prenatal and postpartum anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, psychosis, miscarriage, stillbirth, and suicidal ideation. This podcast isn’t meant to provide medical advice. Anyone seeking medical help should consult their primary health care provider or seek assistance at their nearest emergency department. **
‘You Are Not Alone’ is an anthology of perinatal mental health stories from conception to postpartum’ published by the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative (CPMHC.ca). It is the first anthology in Canada to feature real stories as well as chapters on the science of perinatal mental health from Canada’s top leading doctors and researchers. It is available on Amazon and Indigo.