Fathers Day Interview with Will Courtenay, Ph.D.

Want to understand your man better?

In honor of Father’s Day 2012, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Will Courtenay of www.saddaddy.com regarding Paternal Postnatal Depression (PNDD).

As Dr. Courtenay begins in this interview:

Paternal Postnatal Depression (PPND) refers to a depression that a father experiences within the first year after his child is born. PPND is different from the “daddy blues” – which many new dads can experience. With normal postpartum stress or the daddy blues, a father’s going to feel better when he gets a little extra sleep, when he goes to the gym, or when he has lunch with a buddy……”

The rest of the two interviews were published on

Lamaze’s Science and Sensibility blog in two parts.

Take a look at the links below and leave your feedback!

Part One: Paternal Postnatal Depression


Part Two: Paternal Postnatal Depression

Have a Blessed Father’s Day!

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