"Tully," Postpartum Depression, And Reassurance For Mothers

May 16, 2018

In The Moment ... May 16, 2018 Show 338 Hour 1

We're talking this hour about #HowToRaiseAHuman, NPR's cross-platform coverage on what parenting books might not tell you.

Today we feature a conversation about postpartum depression and postpartum mental health. Many women are speaking out online about the new film "Tully," written by Diablo Cody. They say the movie is marketed as a feel-good look at the joys and absurdities of motherhood, when in fact it's a more serious exploration of the trials of postpartum mental health.

Karla Harmon is a Certified Social Worker at Sanford Health.