The sad reality of our times is that we need to speak to our kids about terrorism. Find out from the experts, simple tips for making this challenging conversation much easier – for both of you.
Sometimes the birth of a parent is harder than the birth of a child. For me, it was bloody tough. In those early months, I suffered anxiety, insomnia and panic attacks. All I could think about was walking out the front door and never coming back. As part of PNDA Awareness Week, I spoke with the Terri Smith, the CEO of PANDA, to find out about the symptoms of perinatal depression and anxiety, how you can get help – and how you can support someone you love who is struggling.