Postpartum Progress, our favorite blog on postpartum depression, has a new daily newsletter that’s intended to help pregnant and new mothers get through the difficulty of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. It’s called “Daily Hope.”

Daily Hope, according to Postpartum Progess, is the “nation’s first support service featuring once daily emails to mothers with postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD and antenatal depression or anxiety.”

Beginning Monday, January 17th, this free service will provide encouragement from survivors, the country’s top perinatal mental health specialists and authors of the leading books on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and parenting.

Many of the nearly one million women who suffer each year do not have access to perinatal mental health specialists or PPD support groups where they live.

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