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All new and expectant parents go through ups and downs.
But for some, the downs can dip too low and the challenges they face can affect their mental health.
In the UK, mental health issues affect at least one in five new and expectant mothers, and 70% of those will underplay or hide the severity of how they're feeling.
For all sorts of reasons, some parents don't feel able to speak about their mental health or ask for help when they need it.
That’s something we want to change.
For almost six decades, the heart of the Tommee Tippee brand has been focused on providing innovative, safe, and trusted products that make the practical side of parenting a little easier.
But we can’t ignore the reality that parenting needs more compassion.
The mental load of parenthood is real, and we want to help shine a light on the discussion surrounding mental health and the emotional journey of becoming and being a parent.
For too long, comparison, criticism and doubt have conspired to shatter parents' confidence to do it their way.
We believe that everyone’s every day is different, and that’s ok.
So, we're building a new community that welcomes and supports mums and dads.
A judgement-free zone where they feel reassured and have access to support and impartial guidance.
A place where they're not just seen, they’re heard.
Because the truth, is becoming and being a parent can be hard.
But you’re not alone, and there's always help available if you need it.
We're committed to raising awareness by shining a light on the mental health of parents across the UK and are delighted to announce our partnership with The Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA).
The MMHA is a UK-wide charity and network of over 120 organisations that campaigns for every woman, baby, and family in the UK to receive the mental health care they need before, during and after pregnancy.
Through this partnership, we hope to help new and soon-to-be parents understand how common it is to experience perinatal mental health problems and offer guidance to those in the midst of it so that they feel less alone.
We want to show that – with compassion and the right care – it is possible to thrive.
Your donations help the MMHA ensure women and families affected by perinatal mental health problems have access to high-quality, comprehensive care and support.
If you'd like to donate, please follow the link below.