Things We’ve Read: Week of Nov. 10th, 2014

Women with PTSD face pregnancy risk (CBS News): Female U.S. Military Veterans suffering from PTSD in the year before delivering a baby were found to be at higher risk of going into premature labor.

Our ‘Mommy’ Problem and Mine (NY Times): One writer and mother reflects on how entering motherhood changes a woman’s expectations in life and sense of identity.

My 2-Year-Old Daughter Was Pressured About Body Image and Marriage (HuffPost): A father talks about an unpleasant experience he had while taking his young daughter trick-or-treating, and what the experience showed him about our society.

Husband Cries Happy Tears Over Wife’s Disney-Themed Pregnancy Announcement (WABC New York): A wife presented her husband with artwork inspired by one of their favorite cartoons, but it’s what was behind the print that tugged heartstrings.

Parenting While Coping With the Loss of a Parent (HuffPost): One writer and mother speaks about managing herself as a parent while suffering the loss of her own father.

How My Miscarriage Changed My Next Pregnancy (Yahoo Health): A woman’s reflection on a lost pregnancy and how the painful experience has given her perspective on her current pregnancy.

31 Candid Photos That Sum Up What Fatherhood Looks Like (HuffPost): These hilarious and adorable photos show the truth about a day-in-the-life of a dad!

Antidepressants And Pregnancy: Are You Depressed? Read This Before Taking Antidepressants! (Food World News): Monitoring your mental health during pregnancy is just as important as monitoring your physical health; this is what you need to know if you’re feeling depressed.

I’m a liberal—but not when it comes to parenting! (CNBC): In response to a recent article, radio host Miriam L. Wallach writes about her parenting methods and how she finds the balance of fairness.