Thanks to technology, there are great ways for you to start getting the support you need and deserve right now.  The following four resources are free and easy methods for connecting to people who understand what you are going through and who can help you get through this.

Join our fan page on Facebook. Then you can post comments or questions on our wall and get feedback from our other fans, almost all of whom are survivors, clinicians or mamas who are currently suffering. You can find us at www.facebook.com/PostpartumProgress.
Every Monday at 1pm Eastern and 8:30pm Eastern anyone can join in on a Twitter chat with other moms going through PPD/anxiety and antenatal depression/anxiety. Just use the hashtag #ppdchat. For more information, visit http://mypostpartumvoice.com/ppdchat-guidelines/.
Sign up for our Daily Hope service and receive encouraging emails in your inbox every morning from our founder Katherine Stone, a survivor of postpartum OCD. These brief, easy-to-read messages can help keep you going on a rough day. To sign up, visit http://hopefulworld.org/class/katherine-stones-daily-hope.
Postpartum Support International hosts toll-free conference calls every Wednesday where you can join in and ask experts on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders your questions. You can even remain anonymous if you’d like. For more information, visit www.postpartum.net/resources.