Hayden Panettiere Opens Up About Post-Partum Depression

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Hayden Panettiere Opens Up About Postpartum Depression: “It’s Really Scary”.

Talk about an awkward family reunion—things are even more tense than you can imagine between Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) and Avery (Jonathan Jackson) on Nashville. It’s a case of life imitating art, since the 26-year-old’s character, country singer Juliette Barnes, has also experienced post-partum depression on the show. “It’s something a lot of women experience.Hayden Panettiere opened up about her experience with postpartum depression after the birth of daughter Kaya during an appearance on Live! with Kelly and Michael on Monday, Sept. 28 Honest Hayden. While the new mom and wife has been partying her postpartum blues away with a bunch of randos, Avery has been taking care of their newborn at home with his folks. When they tell you about post-partum depression you think it’s, ‘I feel negative feelings towards my child, I want to injure my child, I want to hurt my child’ — I’ve never, ever had those feelings.

But after seeing the country superstar say in a TV interview how much she was missing her little family, he decided to return home just in time to find strangers drinking a ton of alcohol in his home—definitely not a suitable atmosphere for a cute little baby. As for whether she and fiancé Wladimir Klitschko plan to expand their family, she said they were still focused on enjoying their time with the 9-month-old daughter. News’ exclusive clip of tonight’s episode, you can see just how shocked he is when he walks through the door. “I’m gone for weeks, this is what you do? Despite her struggles, Panettiere said she and her fiance, 39-year-old Wladimir Klitschko, are already looking forward to having more kids, though she’s not sure just how many. Women need to know that they’re not alone, and that it does heal.” Panettiere and her fiancé, boxer Wladimir Klitschko, welcomed Kaya in December 2014.

Earlier this month, the former child star told Us Weekly in her 25 Things feature that she “suffered a bit” from postpartum depression. “You’re not alone or crazy, ladies!” she said at the time. That it’s something that’s made up in their minds, that, ‘Oh, it’s hormones.’ They brush it off,” she said. “It’s something that’s completely uncontrollable. She laughed: “When I was pregnant, he did this thing where he would suck in his stomach and then I would put my stomach to his so that he could feel when she was moving, almost like she was in his stomach. He wanted to feel what it was like to have a baby as close to him as it was to me.” Panettiere kept mum on when she plans for pregnancy No. 2, but for now, she’s cherishing each moment with baby Kaya. And of course the one time that we need her to not cry is the priest dipping her into the holy water, and this kid is just wailing,” Panettiere recalled. “The priest, at one point, he takes a little bit of her hair and cuts it.

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