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Angie Fitzpatrick

About Me: 

I'm a college graduate with two, young children and a husband of 12 years. We have a dog, cat, four fish and three chickens at our very close-in, urban home that we live in. I will begin tending bees this spring. Education is very important to me, but I don't think I'll be attending grad school like I previously thought. I suffered pre and postpartum depression and anxiety which lead me to the current work that I do. I sew, knit, tend a garden and love the silent times and spaces in my life. I seem to embrace domesticity which twelve years ago I would have cringed at. I am really comfortable being a stay-at-home mom. With the election of our new president I feel proud to call myself an American again whereas before I gave great thought to moving out of this country. I am excited to hear and learn more about my fellow women on this planet. I am very happy to be here at pulsewire.

My Passions: 
education, art, helping and being in service to others
My Challenges: 
trying not to do to much at one time, trying to live with my matra "I have infinite patience"
My Vision for the Future: 
I try not to live too far in the future because then I don't enjoy where I am right at the momment
My Areas of Expertise: 
pre and postpartum depression and anxiety as well as the other varities of perinatal mood disorders, children (at least my own), I consider myself well versed in many areas but certainly not an expert in all of them

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