Hayden Panettiere Returns To Rehab For Postpartum Depression


Today, the same date that ABC’s Nashville announced the fourth season would be its last, series star Hayden Panettiere shared with her fans that she would be returning to rehab.

Several months ago, we reported that Panettiere checked herself into a facility following the birth of her daughter, admitting that she was suffering from Postpartum Depression (“PPD”). After being treated for the condition, Panettiere stepped back into the spotlight and resumed her role on the hit television show.

However, Panettiere’s journey with PPD is far from over. The twenty-six year-old publicly announced her return to treatment on Twitter, sharing with fans that she was choosing to get healthy, rather than attempting to win the battle on her own.

We commend Panettiere on her candidness and wish her the absolute best as she focuses on getting healthy.


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