Jamie Chung Says Postpartum Depression Is ‘So Real,’ Therapy ‘Really Helped’ Her Prepare

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“I felt quite guilty feeling certain things that I felt,” Jamie Chung tells PEOPLE of her struggles with postpartum depression after welcoming twins with husband Bryan Greenberg

Jamie Chung made her mental health a priority when preparing for motherhood.

The reality star, 38, tells PEOPLE about being a first-time mom, raising twin baby boys and the “scary transition” of dealing with postpartum depression as she details the playroom she curated for Babylist Cribs.

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“Therapy really helped me prep mentally for this lifestyle change and to not be afraid to talk about certain issues because it’s not the first thing you want to say when you have kids,” she says. “You don’t want to start with something negative or challenging, but I do think that these postpartum depression issues are so real.”


“I felt quite guilty feeling certain things that I felt. And just knowing that it’s normal and it’s just because you’re overwhelmed and you’re full of anxiety and it’s a scary transition for some people,” Chung adds.

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