"The Bachelor" alum Melissa Rycroft's CMT reality series, "Melissa and Tye," chronicles Melissa's family life with husband Tye Strickland and their 14-month-old daughter Ava. Rycroft is speaking out about the postpartum depression she experienced for a year after Ava's birth. (Mark DeLong/Provided by CelebrityBabyScoop.com/MCT)
"The Bachelor" alum Melissa Rycroft's CMT reality series, "Melissa and Tye," chronicles Melissa's family life with husband Tye Strickland and their 14-month-old daughter Ava. Rycroft is speaking out about the postpartum depression she experienced for a year after Ava's birth. (Mark DeLong/Provided by CelebrityBabyScoop.com/MCT) Mark DeLong MCT
"The Bachelor" alum Melissa Rycroft's CMT reality series, "Melissa and Tye," chronicles Melissa's family life with husband Tye Strickland and their 14-month-old daughter Ava. Rycroft is speaking out about the postpartum depression she experienced for a year after Ava's birth. (Mark DeLong/Provided by CelebrityBabyScoop.com/MCT) Mark DeLong MCT

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