i have as of late been in study, which led me on a path to self discovery, with the realization that what I had was REAL..the best healing for me was talking it out with others who had been in similar situations as myself. (im getting to my point.lol)
I remember an evening talking with my girls (my best friends) we were in tears as we told our tales of what we called 'survivalism' the things we did to get through this time...they were 'look back and laugh' scenarios..
I know from my own experiences that 'laughing' is something that isnt easy to do..but i did find healing when talking to my friends (albeit it was two years later).. so im wondering what effect shared stories of the comedic nature would have on women who are currently suffering from PND?..Which is why I have come here.
I have contemplated writing (compiling) a book of tales of PND on the light hearted side..a book for mums and dads to read and cry tears of laughter, not sadness! perhaps even relate to a story that makes you stop and laugh and think "oh my god! I did that too!". to let these wonderful mums and dads know that 'survivalism' isn't failing...its survival!...
I don't know.. I'm just thinking out loud
I would love to hear your feedback on my idea..
What I would love even more are women and men who would like to come forward with a quirky tale or three..that they wouldn't mind me publishing. All names and stories will be treated with the utmost respect and confidentiality!~
I'm rather a novice with all of this, so please excuse my bluntness..