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    • Molly Huggins said:

      😉 Love you Aunt J. Thank you for the prayers.

      April 20, 2016
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  1. amyctilson said:

    I so appreciate that you are sharing this. It’s hard to ask for help when we can tell that we clearly aren’t as bad off as someone else we see, so we should just suck it up. For the record, I think this happens with adoptive moms, too. I know I was an utter basket case for months (years?) but didn’t have the hormones or physical trauma to “blame” it on, so you just push on. Thank you for being open and honest, but at the same time willing to stretch and put yourself out there for other’s sake. I apologize for not being there when I am so physically close to you here. I can work on that, and we can wrangle kids and chickens together!! (We can also change the world at the same time!)

    April 20, 2016
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    • Molly Huggins said:

      Oh thank you for the encouragement! You couldn’t have known-I’m just glad we are getting together now! Much love.

      April 20, 2016
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  2. said:

    I am so thankful you are sharing your story. I am sure I had a mild form of PPD with one of my four children, but chalked it up to life circumstances. People need to know it’s not their fault and that they will be okay. Praying you are feeling better.

    April 20, 2016
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    • Molly Huggins said:

      Thank you for prayers. I wanted to share because I do think that many women fall in the in-between, and can’t we all use a little (A LOT) of encouragement!

      April 20, 2016
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  3. said:

    This is such a common struggle and I think the more we can talk about it, the more we can accept that it’s OKAY and that there is hope. Thanks for your vulnerability.

    April 20, 2016
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    • Molly Huggins said:

      YES to hope. Thanks for stopping by. M.

      April 20, 2016
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  4. Rebecca said:

    You always strike a chord in my heart Molly and this story is no different, especially since I’m expecting my first and have been struggling with depression for the last few years. Sending much love and many prayers for strength for you as you accept help and know that it doesn’t mean you’re weak or faithless. Thank you for being courageous in your vulnerability ❤️

    April 20, 2016
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    • Molly Huggins said:

      Oh I love you! And CONGRATULATIONS. I will be praying for your new wee one. And thank YOU for your love and support.

      April 21, 2016
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