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  Depression - Generally a mood state characterized by a sense of inadequacy, a feeling of despondency, a decrease in activity or reactivity, pessimism, sadness and related symptoms. ( A. S. Reber. 1985 )

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Self Injury 
Cutting and Self-Mutilation
Exploring Self-Injury
Helping Those Who Hurt Themselves
Living on the Edge - Article about Self-Injury
Mollykat's Self Injury Links
Self Harm
Self Injury Information and Resources - By K Reeve - UK
Self Injury Page - Personal page with links
Scars To Match The Inside
Secret Shame - Information and support for those who self-injure.
Self-Help for Self-Injury' by Anonymous
Understanding Self Injury


Puerperal Depression ( Postpartum ) 
Bipolar Disorders Letter 11/98 - New Findings on Use of Mood Stabilizers During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period. Treating women with bipolar disorder who become pregnant or who want to.
Brochure Puerperal Psychosis - Action on Puerperal Psychosis. Jackie Benjamin - APP Co-ordinator. What is Action on Puerperal Psychosis?
Minnie's Depression / Baby Blues Information Page - Post Partum Depression & The Baby Blues. Post Partum Depression and the Baby Blues are not the same thing
Post Natal Depression - Different Types of Depression: Post natal depression. Introduction. Each mother's experience of having a baby is unique
Postpartum Essay - Postpartum Depression. Women's Health. Depression is two times more common in women as in men. The link between reproductive status and depression

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