Sharing stories of trial-and-error parenting will offer valuable perspective, expand self-compassion, and likely deepen friendships with other parents.
Postpartum Depression: Let Vulnerability Be Your Lifeline
No matter how many resources you have at your disposal, there will be times when motherhood knocks you right over and you can’t get back up on your own.
4 Ways To Avoid Postpartum Exhaustion
Tiredness and exhaustion is something all mothers feel after their child is born. Here are four simple strategies to help you manage postpartum exhaustion.
Perfectly Imperfect: The Good-Enough Mother
The good-enough mother...starts off with an almost complete adaptation to her infant's needs, and as time proceeds she adapts less and less completely, gradually, according to the infant's growing ability to deal with her failure. - D. W. Winnicott, 1953 Pinterest,...
Motherbirth and the Gift of Forgetting
The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new. - Osho Have you ever lost yourself? I know I have, at least three times now. Three new babies, three new...
3 Tiny Tips For Staying Afloat Postpartum
Let’s face it, there’s no magical fix for the demands of life with a newborn/infant/toddler, and there’s no one-size-fits-all advice that can make the role of a new parent easy! But occasionally a random insight helps make daily life along the way a just little bit...
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