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Rattled

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Parenthood brings sleepless nights, tears and tantrums, nappy changes from hell, and the firm belief that you're Cameron Diaz ... wait, what?!

New mum, Jen Wight, definitely wasn't expecting that. But after her son was born, her worldview shifted in strange and unexpected ways. Within weeks, Jen found herself living a very different life – working out the deeper connections underpinning existence, and discussing strategy with Barack Obama. The problem is, no one else could see what she saw. Not even her next-door neighbour, Renée Zellweger!

Rattled tells the extraordinary story of how Jen overcame her manic episodes – caused by postpartum psychosis –and beat her postpartum depression to become the loving, caring, wonderful mother she is today.



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Publisher: Trigger Publishing

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  • ISBN: 9781789560732
  • Release date: March 21, 2019

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  • ISBN: 9781789560732
  • File size: 1399 KB
  • Release date: March 21, 2019

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Parenthood brings sleepless nights, tears and tantrums, nappy changes from hell, and the firm belief that you're Cameron Diaz ... wait, what?!

New mum, Jen Wight, definitely wasn't expecting that. But after her son was born, her worldview shifted in strange and unexpected ways. Within weeks, Jen found herself living a very different life – working out the deeper connections underpinning existence, and discussing strategy with Barack Obama. The problem is, no one else could see what she saw. Not even her next-door neighbour, Renée Zellweger!

Rattled tells the extraordinary story of how Jen overcame her manic episodes – caused by postpartum psychosis –and beat her postpartum depression to become the loving, caring, wonderful mother she is today.



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