Kathleen A Kendall-Tackett
American Psychological Association
"This book helps new mothers reach their breastfeeding goals and feed their babies with confidence. The scientific literature tells us that when breastfeeding is going well, it prompts a powerful physiological mechanism that can help minimize depression, anxiety, and PTSD"-- "Painful latch, delayed milk, low supply, oversupply, infections, and tongue-tie are just some of the issues that can imperil breastfeeding. Postpartum anxiety and depression...