Boundaries, Loneliness, Depression, & Postpartum

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Posted: June 15, 2020

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

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Boundaries, Loneliness, Depression, & The Postpartum Season by Josh Spurlock

Welcome to a live and empathetic episode of #MyCounselorLIVE “Boundaries, Loneliness, Depression, & The Postpartum Season” where we come together to engage in candid conversations that address a spectrum of questions and concerns, guided by the expertise of Licensed Therapist, Christian counselor, and Certified Sex Therapist, Josh Spurlock. In this unique format, your inquiries ignite dialogues that delve into the intricate dynamics of mental health, relationships, and the diverse facets of the human experience.

Our episode commences with a significant discussion on boundaries with family members. Establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries within family relationships is a common challenge for many. Josh provides insights on how to navigate this delicate balance, fostering healthier dynamics while preserving the bonds that connect us.

Loneliness and depression, two universal experiences that profoundly affect individuals, are the focus of our second conversation. Josh delves into the nuances of these emotions, offering strategies for coping with the weight of loneliness and seeking avenues to manage depression effectively.

The episode concludes with a conversation on the postpartum season, a phase that brings a spectrum of emotions and challenges. Whether it’s the struggles of new parenthood, the rollercoaster of emotions, or maintaining healthy relationships during this transformative time, Josh provides insights and guidance for navigating the postpartum journey.

Your questions are the heartbeat of our discussion, and Josh Spurlock is here to provide professional guidance and answers. Whether you’re seeking advice on setting boundaries with family members, coping with loneliness and depression, or navigating the complexities of the postpartum season, this live Q&A session is a wellspring of knowledge, support, and practical solutions. Stay tuned for an engaging and informative conversation that delves deep into the human experience.

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This article is based on scientific evidence and clinical experience, written by a licensed professional and fact-checked by experts.

About the Author
Josh Spurlock
Josh Spurlock

Josh Spurlock MA, LPC, CST, has a BA in Biblical Languages and a Masters in Counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), holding licenses in MissouriColorado, and Florida. He is also a Certified Sex Therapist (CST), Level 2 AEDP Therapist, and an Ordained Minister. He is an Advanced Practice Clinician, with over 10,000 hours of clinical experience. He specializes in Marriage Counseling, Sex Therapy, Family Counseling, and works with Executives, Pastors, Business Owners, and Ministry Leaders. Learn more about Josh Spurlock at

Josh is currently unable to take on any new clients.

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