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Ivanka Trump frankly told about postpartum depression


Source: NBC New York

The daughter of the President of the United States, 35-year-old mother of three, Ivanka Trump, was interviewed by Dr. Oz, host of “The Dr. Oz Show ”, in which she talked about her motherhood, support for working American women and postpartum depression, which to one degree or another manifested itself in Ivanka after each pregnancy, - says NBC New York.


“It was a very difficult, emotional time for me. I felt that I was not realizing enough of my potential, either as a parent, or as an entrepreneur, or as a leader, '' Trump admitted. “Besides, I had very easy pregnancies, so the subsequent condition was a big blow.”

When Dr. Oz asked the first daughter of the United States why she talks about such a personal period of her life as postpartum depression, Ivanka replied that she did not plan it, but believes that it is extremely important to discuss such moments. “This is happening to parents all over the country,” Trump added.

Recall that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have three children: Arabella Rose Kushner 6 years, 4-year-old Joseph Frederick Kushner and one and a half year-old Theodore James Kushner.


Ivanka also shared her attitude towards women in American business: “I am deeply impressed with the growth in the number of women entrepreneurs in the United States and am involved in supporting working American families.” When asked about working for her father, Trump said she was grateful to Donald for the opportunity to have a platform for growth and implementation of the presidential program. According to the president's daughter, if she does not agree with something on the White House agenda, she prefers to discuss this issue with her father without attracting public attention.

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