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30 review for Awake at 3 a.m.: Yoga Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Pregnancy and Early Motherhood

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bethany

    I suffered with postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD after the birth of my son; I'm also a certified birth doula. This book is now one of my go-to resources for friends and clients who are struggling with maternal mental health issues. It's a wonderful idea, easy to put into practice, and requires very little extra effort for a large return. I only wish this had been available when I was fighting my perinatal mood disorders. Highly recommended. *I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGall I suffered with postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD after the birth of my son; I'm also a certified birth doula. This book is now one of my go-to resources for friends and clients who are struggling with maternal mental health issues. It's a wonderful idea, easy to put into practice, and requires very little extra effort for a large return. I only wish this had been available when I was fighting my perinatal mood disorders. Highly recommended. *I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley.*

  2. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    A book that gets it, for people having a hard time in pregnancy and postpartum. I felt seen, encouraged, and held, as well as offered tools to help get better. A very helpful book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Laura (Book Scrounger)

    I enjoyed this book for the sake of the sense of solidarity it presents with mothers during the postpartum period -- especially those of us who have experienced depression and/or anxiety in that time. It is nice to read about someone else who's been through it and can zero in on some of the specific struggles and mental ruts we can get stuck in. While I had a harder time connecting with the yoga aspects (and would question the philosophies behind some of it), it was still a decent introduction t I enjoyed this book for the sake of the sense of solidarity it presents with mothers during the postpartum period -- especially those of us who have experienced depression and/or anxiety in that time. It is nice to read about someone else who's been through it and can zero in on some of the specific struggles and mental ruts we can get stuck in. While I had a harder time connecting with the yoga aspects (and would question the philosophies behind some of it), it was still a decent introduction to some poses and calming techniques that could be very valuable. For those who are already into yoga especially, this is a great resource for the postpartum period, and even for those who haven't been diagnosed with depression or anxiety, there is some good practical wisdom here for moms in general, involving topics such as comparisons, perspectives, expectations, etc. (Thanks to NetGalley for the review copy.)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Hanover

    Wonderful book. So relevant to new moms and not-so-new-moms (of which I'm the latter). Makes you laugh, makes you feel like you've got this - even if you don't. I love her "ok principle" and the fact that the author doesn't require you to head to a 90-minute yoga class every day. There are simple and effective practices you can do right at home. Highly recommend! Wonderful book. So relevant to new moms and not-so-new-moms (of which I'm the latter). Makes you laugh, makes you feel like you've got this - even if you don't. I love her "ok principle" and the fact that the author doesn't require you to head to a 90-minute yoga class every day. There are simple and effective practices you can do right at home. Highly recommend!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alycia Canfield

    Let me make it known that I am not a mother and have never been pregnant before I start this review. That being said I am still big in the tummy area. and am still depressed and have anxiety and still still know know a ton about motherhood... and this book is 5 stars for anyone into yoga!

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    Kristen

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    Naomi Blackburn

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    Meg

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    Kaitlyn Hooks

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    Alla

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura Monte

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    Lindsay Miraglia

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    Tanya Price

  16. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Cunningham

    A lovely book that would definitely reassure a new mother. I am not one of those so I didn't read the whole thing but I felt like I would share this with friends of mine who need some support and advice. It's almost like a hug in a book! A lovely book that would definitely reassure a new mother. I am not one of those so I didn't read the whole thing but I felt like I would share this with friends of mine who need some support and advice. It's almost like a hug in a book!

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    Cathleen

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    Kathleen Stedman

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    Mary Bordin

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