Mums and Dads: If feelings of sadness, hopelessness, overwhelm and loneliness are consuming you and you don’t know where to turn for real help… If you’ve tried it all and you still don’t know how to change how you feel… then what you read next might just be what changes all this for you.
Are you happy right now? Or… do you feel like there’s a dark cloud hanging over you?
Do you feel like you’re constantly battling negative thoughts… and they’re making you feel overwhelmed and depressed?
Do you often find yourself with feelings of hopelessness, despair, or sadness? Are you frustrated because it causes such a burden and pain in your everyday life?
Do you find yourself with low energy and find it tough to get motivated to do what you need or want to do?
Do you get angry or even lash out, for no apparent reason, at your kids or other loved ones?
If you’re a parent who feels alone and in a very dark place right now… then chances are you may be suffering from postnatal depression.
And believe it or not, this happens to mums AND dads more than you think. It’s quite common and it doesn’t mean you’re crazy.
More importantly, I want to show you the way out of the dark place you’re in right now.
And I want you to know that…
You are NOT Alone… and There IS Hope!
As a former postnatal depression sufferer and now professional counsellor, I want to share my personal recovery methods with you… so you can live the happy, joy-filled life you deserve!
I’ve been where you are right now. I’ve personally been on the roller coaster of loving parenthood one minute… and hating it the next. I’ve felt that pressure of trying to do it all, live up to my own expectations and the expectations of others, only to feel like I’m failing at it all. I’ve felt the repetitive effect of continually beating yourself up and feeling like nothing you ever do is good enough.
I can relate to how you feel.
I know from personal experience how frustrating it can be to live in constant sadness and feelings of being all alone. And I also know what it’s like to live with the vicious cycle of anger, self-criticism, guilt, and overwhelm… feeling like the worst parent in the world because of it.
I personally know how this can cause immense pain for you and for your loved ones who feel powerless as to how to help you.
You see… six months after the birth of my second son, I found myself suffering from postnatal depression.
And it caused me to feel so sad and alone all the time.
As time went on, it only got worse because life seemed to become nothing more than a vicious circle.
I dreaded things like getting up at the crack of dawn, dealing with tantrums from my 16-month old, crying from my six-month old, and all the other new demands that were placed on me. I felt like I was isolated from all of the things that I had once enjoyed.
On a bad day, my anger would lead to sudden outbursts in front of my children, where I would yell and scream and throw things around, until I’d notice the horrified looks on their little faces.
I’d literally be brought to my knees in tears with guilt and self-hatred over my behaviour. I couldn’t believe how bad of a parent I felt I had become.
But one day something happened that sent me on a mission to find help for my postnatal depression, and it completely changed my life.
During an angry outrage over one of my kids’ whining, I slammed a knife on the bench so hard… it bounced off and narrowly missed my then two-year-old’s head.
Completely shocked, I fell apart. I couldn’t handle it anymore. “I HATE MY LIFE” I screamed, as I ran crying to my room – all with my six month old still on my hip.
I honestly felt like…
I was the worst parent in the world. In truth, I was trapped in a dark place I couldn’t get myself out of…
I felt broken. I hated myself for what had happened. “Who does this?” I thought. “What sort of mother am I?”
And then, something strange happened. Right in the middle of that breakdown… right in the middle of those tears… I had an epiphany from out of nowhere.
Two very distinct sentences entered my mind in that exact moment. It said:
“No one else can change this for you. No one else can change the way you feel about your life, only you can.”
I realized that if I didn’t do something for myself and learn how to make these changes… I’d be stuck feeling like this forever. And there was simply NO WAY I could deal with that happening.
So I went on a personal mission, and spent hours and hours investigating how I could stop my postnatal depression by devouring resource after resource on postnatal depression, regular depression, how to attain happiness, and more.
I began observing my behaviour, recognising the thinking that led to my behaviour and began applying different techniques and processes to facilitate the change of my feelings and behaviour.
As changes began to occur I became aware that there were 5 specific steps that I was using over and over again that were stopping me from heading down into those vicious and repetitive feelings that had consumed me.
After recovering from my depression, I then trained with a retreat organsiation as a support coach working with clients every day who were experiencing stress, depression, anxiety and drug and alcohol addictions. I also formalised my qualifications in counselling to become an industry professional, only I was one who had had to walk her talk, and still does everyday.
And now I want to use all the knowledge that I’ve gained to help you feel good again…
I want you to know that there is something you can do about your stress, depression and/or anxiety.
I’m living proof of that and see it everyday in my work, so my program comes from both my professional and personal approach.
I know what it feels like to be stressed and emotionally drained from postnatal depression.
And I don’t want anyone to have to live through that.
Mum, qualified counsellor, five-time author, creator of the Parental Stress Centre of Australia
Introducing the Postnatal Depression Recovery Program
What does the program include?
- Each week… you’ll be sent a link via email with access to the week’s daily lessons that takes you by the hand and shows you step-by-step how to work your way out of your depression
- Every day you’ll receive a motivational email telling you what each day’s lesson is about with a link to log in.
- On the 7th day of each week, you’ll be given an exercise to do for you to USE exactly what you’ve learned in your daily life.
- BONUS Book #1: You will receive a FREE PDF copy of “The Happy Mum Handbook” (hard copy upgrade also available upon checkout).
- BONUS Book #2: You will also receive a FREE PDF Copy of “The 28 day Tame your Temper parenting challenge” (valued at $19.95).
But what about traditional medical treatment?
If you are suffering from postnatal depression and are already on medication and treatment plans, I want you to stay with those programs and use what I teach alongside those treatment plans. They will not conflict with this program (In fact I’ve never seen this information conflict with any other methodology or practice, because it’s all factual, reality based information that fits in with ALL belief systems).
If you find that you are having transforming results on this program and wish to alter your traditional treatment plan, then this can then be discussed with your current healthcare professional.
If you haven’t been diagnosed with postnatal depression but are still feeling all the symptoms of postnatal depression, then not only do I suggest using this program, but also aligning it with traditional treatment.
I can’t see the severity of your depression from this side of the computer, nor am I a doctor, so it’s possible that you may need medical treatment. In some cases, postnatal depression sufferers need medication in order to get to a level where they can receive the information I’m offering and have the clarity of mind to start applying this information and challenging the thinking behind those ‘painful feelings’.
If you are feeling suicidal, then I suggest you get off this computer immediately and seek help through your nearest suicide hotline, tell someone around you so they can help, or take yourself to a hospital. I want you to get help immediately.
Will this program work for me?
In a nutshell, yes it will, but you need to understand one thing…
You MUST apply the information taught, consistently and repetitively to your life. Mental change never occurs because of information itself, you’ve probably experienced that already (ever read a self-help book, felt great afterwards, but a week later you are back where you started?).
Your current habitual thinking patterns were set up due to experiencing the same information over and over again (which usually happens as a child) which has physically formed neural connections in the brain that are now triggered by your current circumstances.
There was a physical process that occurred to set up your current belief system and there will be an equally physical process involved in changing that belief system. You will require commitment, application of the information learnt through this program and practice, practice, practice. This is why I offer full support every step of the way to help you to do this.
There are no quick fixes for depression, but what you will find in this program is practical, progressive lessons and support that will gently guide you to feeling better and better about your life. And with consistent application of the tool that I teach, many clients find that they overcome depression altogether.
You will find that gradually you will start to notice yourself handling the challenges in your life easier, calmer, happier and with a completely different perspective.
Start Living Your Life To The Fullest Again…
Why should I join?
Most lessons are available in Audio
You can download the audio lessons right through your iphone, ipad or PC. That way, you can listen to the lessons while doing other tasks (like housework, driving to work or exercising) explanation of the method. Perfect for a time poor parent.
Some lessons are taught via video
Lessons sometimes contain videos to show you a visual explanation of the method.
It’s time friendly
Knowing how parents are often short on time, your readings only take a maximum of 15-25 minutes each day (or even less if you are listening via audio), and just one hour is all that’s needed for your end of week exercise. Breaking it down this way helps you fit it in with the demands of your day.
You only have to remember five steps
The best part of this program is that you’ll be learning a simple, easy 5-step process that will help you to handle every challenge that you come across both in parenting and in life and you will be shown many different ways that this simple process can be applied.
Money back guarantee
If you complete the postnatal depression recovery parenting program and don’t get anything out of it, we’ll give you a full refund. We’ll even let you keep the Ebooks.
How do I join?
Kara – Ballarat, Victoria
I am really enjoying the program so far… I’ve just completed week 4 and it’s given me so much hope that I can finally take responsibility for my thoughts and get better. Counselling seemed like dragging up issues, and medication felt like masking the pain. Finally something practical that I can use. I love how it is broken down into manageable sections and literally takes 5 minutes a day. Zac sat next to me and played happily with his cars while I completed the lesson – that’s how easy it is to find the time.
Lisa – Glen Iris, Victoria
I have never really read anything like this. It made me realize how much judgement I have in my life. And that my mood is determined by my ‘get my life right’ model. It’s nice to accept myself and know I have implicit value despite my output.
Kate – Scarborough, WA, Australia
It really is great to know that there is someone else out there that understands. The processes are very easy to follow too. I have done other ‘self-help’ stuff which has been great but is more time consuming so it is nice just to have something to refer to quickly and to have a greater awareness of why I get frustrated with some situations.
J.Selby, mother of 2, Harrington Grove, NSW
My eyes and mind have been opened to a new way of thinking about being a ‘mum’ but most of all it was great to get support and realise that I was not alone in feeling like I did, it has put me on the right path of becoming a happier mum.