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I read the book before I read any blog entries.
I couldn't put this book down - Heather writes in such a way that whether you have kids or just want kids someday, you feel like you can relate.
The book is poorly written--it's choppy to an extreme degree and relies on devices such as capitalization of phrases for emphasis.
I love this book!! A friend gave it to me a few months after I has my son and it changed my life! I didn't know I was struggling with postpartum. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nikki Marvin
This book was ok. But goodness she has a handful of a child! I have plenty of nieces and nephews to know they are no y'all like hers. Read morePublished 7 months ago by G Varela
Her experience with post-partum depression is interesting and she is fairly funny. I didn't get much out of the book besides that.Published 11 months ago by Vstewart
How can a Kindle book cost more than the paperback version??? I will never pay this price for an E book.
I suffered from severe post-partum depression and anxiety after my first daughter and read this book during my recovery. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John A Branham
Thankfully someone is for once being real and saying it's ok to feel depressed, everyone has issues once in awhile. To think that women suffer in silence makes me sad.Published 14 months ago by awesomeness
Great book! Brought back a lot of feelings- good and bad! Loved the humor and a lot of it hit really close to home.Published 15 months ago by Gustav
I bought this book mostly because I grew up with Heather, but ended up appreciating it for other reasons. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jennifer W. Garst
I'm a huge fan of her website so I was surprised to be let down by the book. I felt like she edited herself quite a bit so that one day when her daughter reads it, she won't think... Read morePublished 16 months ago by rs