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I am Not as Strong as I appear. I enjoy weakness from time to time. We are a homeschooling, special needs family of 6. My 4th son has a Congenital Heart defect, and my oldest has ADHD. I am a survivor of Adultery and mental abuse. I learned that you never really know someone until you are strong enough to stand up and walk away. I love and protect my children, with everything I have. My life might seem unbelievable, but I couldn't make this shit up if I tried! Stick around & let's get to know each other.

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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Amy

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One of the newest blogs that I have found and started reading is Mom’s Me Time. She describes her blog as Ramblings of an accidental, modern day learn as I go, fell out of living one way; into role of house wife & stay at home mom of two! Amy has a sense of...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Stephanie

Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Stephanie

I have a weakness for snarky blogs and the first time I visited Stephanie’s blog Mommy vs Madness and saw her header that says “it’s not me, it’s you.” that I was going to like reading it. She has 2 beautiful boys and a refreshingly open style of writing that does in fact contain...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Yael

I have only recently met Yael when she responded to my request for Moms to share their Postpartum Depression stories. I don’t know much about her, but I do know that she lives in one of the most beautiful places in New York and if I still lived in NY state, I would probably...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Devon

This weeks Postpartum Depression Survivor Devon from Who Am I. I met Devon on Twitter on Lauren’s #ppdchat and enjoy her honesty, openness and sense of humor. She is a wonderfully caring mama and love reading her blog. She has such a vibrant energy and a huge heart. Her son is adorable and her...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Joanna

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This week’s visiting Postpartum Depression survivor is Joanna from Now With Baby. I have only recently met Joanna and am a new reader to her blog. I feel a connection with her as she works to Break the Myth of Super Mom and describes herself  “as a great mom who is interested in attachment...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Cheryl

I met Cheryl years ago when I started working from home doing a job that had me sitting at my computer waiting for phone calls to come in so I could answer them and read the script in front of me. Somehow I stumbled upon a site called Work Place Like Home, and immediately...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome PPD Survivor Lauren Hale

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This weeks visiting Postpartum Depression Survivor is Lauren from my Postpartum Voice: Speaking Up; Reaching Out; Inspiring Hope. Lauren is an amazing online friend who can be found for support at just the right time. A few months ago I was having a really hard time with PPD, I call it a PPD attack...
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Sharing your Voice: Welcome Visiting PPD Survivor Grace

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This weeks visiting Postpartum Depression Survivor is Grace from Arms Wide Open. I love how honest and Wide Open Grace is. I have only recently gotten to know Grace on Twitter and read about her story, but it is one that I think about often. She suffered with the weight of the world on...
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Sharing Your Voice: Welcome Visiting PPD Survivor Funky Bird Mama

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I was recently talking to another Postpartum Depression survivor about doing a guest post here, she apologized for taking a while to respond to me about sharing her story. I told her no worries, that from my experience with both Congenital Heart Defect and Postpartum Depression Moms, that we are all a bunch of...
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Sharing Your Voice: Giving Postpartum Depression a Voice

Sharing Your Voice is a new weekly feature at The Nut House that allows for you, my friends, to give Postpartum Depression a Voice. Just like Congenital Heart Defects has found a place in my life, so has Postpartum Depression. And so I am giving PPD a home here on my website. Postpartum Depression...
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