Supermom: A Postpartum Anxiety Survival Story

Supermom: A Postpartum Anxiety Survival Story

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by Stacey Ackerman
     
 

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When your plate is too full, it eventually tips. Welcome to the world of a Supermom.

When an overachieving, successful businesswoman tries to be perfect in every role of her life, it leads her onto a dark road of postpartum anxiety and panic disorder with psychotic features. A poignant memoir written with humor and heartache, this autobiography

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When your plate is too full, it eventually tips. Welcome to the world of a Supermom.

When an overachieving, successful businesswoman tries to be perfect in every role of her life, it leads her onto a dark road of postpartum anxiety and panic disorder with psychotic features. A poignant memoir written with humor and heartache, this autobiography details the other side of postpartum depression: anxiety, panic, and psychosis. Ackerman gently walks readers through her terrifying journey of how a seemingly charming life unfolds into a nightmare of physical and mental breakdown, ending with inspirational, heart-wrenching inner strength that gives hope to a world of women.

Stacey Ackerman, otherwise known as Supermom, is an overachieving, type-A personality who survived a serious and debilitating mental health disorder after the birth of her third child. She shares her story in the hopes of helping other women survive a similar trauma. Her ordeal proves that a mental breakdown can happen to anyone, erasing the stigma of mental illness.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781462008643
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
619 KB

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Supermom 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
EricaCM More than 1 year ago
This book is simply amazing. All moms new and experienced should receive this book after they leave the hospital. So much praise to the other for writing her story and bringing more awareness to the world about Postpartum Anxiety, Depression and OCD Intrusive thoughts.
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