As some of you know, I’ve been promoting and preparing to launch my latest book over the past few weeks. It’s called “Postpartum Depression Devotional: Compassionate Devotions for Reflection, Strength, and Prayer” and it officially went on sale May 10th.Because of your amazing support, it became a Top 10 new release on Amazon in the Postpartum Depression category. Thank you to those who reviewed the book, preordered, and have purchased your copy since the book went on sale.
With the stigma surrounding this subject, many woman don’t actually end up getting the help that they need, so they suffer in silence. You don’t have to, and I’d love to hold your hand during this time by offering encouragement for 75 days throughout the pages of this devotional. If you need this book or want to gift it to a friend, you can get your copy HERE.
“Postpartum Depression Devotional: Compassionate Devotions for Reflection, Strength, and Prayer”
A new baby is an enormous blessing—but the transition to parenthood can be overwhelming, especially if you’re struggling with postpartum depression. This compassionate devotional is a safe space to explore your fears and frustrations and to remind you that God’s love is always there to lift you up.
What sets this apart from other postpartum depression books:
- Strength in Scripture: Take comfort in a selection of Bible passages paired with personal stories that speak directly to new mothers’ challenges, from healing the body to calming emotional turmoil.
- Prompts and prayers: Each devotion concludes with both questions and prayers, helping illuminate God’s wisdom while providing you with a moment of reflection and tranquility.
- Flexible approach: Ideal for new mothers, this inviting devotional is simple, straightforward, and can be used on whatever timeline works best for you.
Take solace in Scripture and learn how the Lord can help guide you through your postpartum depression.
Here’s what some are already saying about the book!
Kytia L’amour is a writer, performer, and public speaker spreading God’s love in all art forms. Reaching out to young women and sharing her story is what keeps her heart beating for Christ.
Kytia lives in sunny Los Angeles with her husband and children.