Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Im back up and running!!

Hello folks , I'm happy to say I'm back up and running after a period of quiet reflection! I feel so sorry that I haven't been there for you, but for those of you that don't know me, I will be repeating my previous blogs over the next coming weeks in the hope that I can reach out to you and raise awareness of mood disorders.

Many of you will  know me from the publication of my book 'I blame the hormones' and be familiar with me, but for those of you who haven't read it, please do so and give me your feedback. I'm always anxious to hear from any sufferers, particularly those that have suffered from Postnatal Depression, Pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder and any reproductive depression. I'm also in contact with two leading professors and am passing on any relevant findings, confidentially of course. I'm also on the board of directors at National association of PMDD and panel member of Action on Menstrual Psychosis which brings me to my next point.

Professor Ian Brockington who is one of the most interesting and kind individuals I have ever had the privilege to meet, has set up this panel in the hope of gaining extra insight and even extra funding . He has just come out of retirement, after years of helping poorly women and was the first doctor to set up mother and baby units in the UK. He  has helped thousands of women and  their babies and is passionate about researching the causes of reproductive mood disorders. I'm so grateful for his input in my life, his knowledge and compassion is humbling, and the newsletter he send me is extremely informative. If you are interested in his work you can find him easily enough on google where he has posted his latest papers and findings. He is also interested in case studies if you are willing to provide one.

I'm so thankful to be able to help this cause, to raise awareness and to help any sufferers I can. Please drop me a line, tell me your stories and share this page. It helps reach out to others, and could even save a life which is something that is very important to me

Blessings as always, Suzi, AKA Caroline Church.