You’re a new mom. It’s early morning. You didn’t sleep well because the baby had you up every
two hours 45 minutes to feed. Or cry. Or change a diaper. Or throw an Awake Party. You’re feeding the baby and scrolling your phone with the other. You open your email and find an email from Postpartum Progress designed to encourage and support you during your battle with postpartum mood and anxiety disorders. Welcome to Daily Hope.
What Is Warrior Mom® Daily Hope?
The Warrior Mom® Daily Hope was formed by Postpartum Progress’ founder and CEO Katherine Stone. She carefully crafted daily email messages full of hope, support, encouragement, and information that moms truly need as they battle postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, postpartum OCD, postpartum bipolar, postpartum psychosis, or any of the postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.
After signing up, you will receive daily hope-filled emails, every Monday through Friday, geared to help you through your battle. It’s an open-enrollment, meaning that no matter when during a calendar year you sign up, you’ll start with Email 1 and move through chronologically.
What Moms Say About Warrior Mom® Daily Hope
Here’s what a few moms have said about receiving Warrior Mom® Daily Hope in their inbox every day.
- “I get the Daily Hope emails and I could not survive without it.”
- “Thank you soooo much for your words of encouragement and for shedding light on a very confusing thing. I know I keep saying it, but I can’t tell you how much Daily Hope has meant to me.”
- “This is exactly what I needed to hear today!”
- “Your emails help me everyday. I always look forward to them.”
How Do You Get Warrior Mom® Daily Hope?
It’s very simple. You simply visit this page, enter your name and email, and voila! You’re signed up to receive Warrior Mom® Daily Hope for one year. FOR FREE. That’s right. This service comes from Postpartum Progress for free. One year of uplifting, encouraging, important messages for no cost to you.
Sign up today to begin getting the Warrior Mom® Daily Hope delivered to your inbox. Share this (free!) information with other new moms who might also need support on a consistent basis.