How many honest conversations have you had with friends about feeling depressed or unable to cope. I'm suspecting not many. While it can at times be useful to solider on with a stiff upper lip, it can also be unhealthy and dangerous not to admit when you are struggling to cope.
The Heads Together campaign, supported by the royals, gained great exposure at this years 2017 Virgin London Marathon, encouraging us to get over the taboo of mental health.
Once you have had a child, your life is both enriched and challenged. But my own personal experience was that it could also leave me feeling alone, exhausted and bored.
Mind, the mental health charity, lists walking or running with your buggy among their suggestions for how to prevent or overcome post-natal depression, a condition that affects two in every 10 British mothers.
Having a way to do some exercise and escape the 4 walls made me feel like me again. Having a buggy that's suitable for running with can help improve both mental and physical wellness. I.E. Lose a few pounds and feel happier! Sounds like a winner. To prove the point we wanted to share some stories from members of our Buggy Runners Facebook community. Thank you so much to them for being brave and doing this in order to help others.Read More