I am so happy to have the Ensign to read every month. This month when I pealed open the pages, I found this article, Managing Postpartum Depression. I am so grateful for inspired leaders of our church that are so concerned with our well being. I have suffered from postpartum depression with the birth of all 3 of my children. I was diagnosed after I had Tyler and treated, medically, with Tyler and Cambelle. I am so grateful for a doctor that I trust that when I was forced by my loving mom and sister to get help, that he took me seriously and helped me through those dark times. It is becoming more and more obvious that there are some genetic links to this horrible condition. But the good side is that there is hope. The article in this month's Ensign came just when it was needed. I have lots of family members of mine having babies and I'm so glad they can read that article and seek help. I felt EXACTLY how that article noted when I was suffering from depression. Please be the smiling face that supports those girls that are having a hard time. It makes a world of difference. When talking about future children, my (normally non-opinionated) husband said, "but after you have babies, you are so.... not nice". That is the meanest thing he's ever said in his life, believe it or not. It spoke VOLUMES to me. It's not only I that suffered, but my husband, my kids, my family and everyone around me. Untreated, I have no doubt that after the birth of Tyler, we were going on a path to divorce. I was THAT bad. Now I see that, then I did not. So, to all the beautiful women in my life, there IS help. I have been through that tough time and came out on top. If you are feeling any of the symptoms in the article that I have linked above, PLEASE seek help from your doctor. Most of the time, it's not something that will just "fix itself". Remember, we are all of value and of worth and our Heavenly Father loves us more than we know.