Read What we still don’t understand about postpartum psychosis (The New Yorker) Trigger warning: filicide, suicide, mental health This is a thoughtful and nuanced piece about the Lindsay Clancy case, and about postpartum psychosis more broadly, that weaves in discussions of legal, sociocultural, and identity considerations. The author points out that perinatal and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders are poorly understood. This lack of understanding—compounded with a managed care system that focuses on getting people stabilized and out of treatment as quickly as possible—does a great disservice to women and families.
Love your daughters work outfit!
I burst out laughing about your daughter's work outfit. Spot on!
My biggest fear about what I'm modeling is that I WFH 5 days a week. My husband does the same 3 days a week. But because I'm here so much, they see me do a lot more of the domestic chores and they still think of me as the default parent, which perpetuates many of my problems.