Even as a mental health practitioner I have read some downright confusing things about postpartum depression. So, I can imagine, (like myself) there must be many of us in the same boat. Grab on, here’s a FREE life raft!
Finding time for yourself to recharge your battery is key to your mental health and your family’s well being. Mom self-care activities might make sense to you, but ideas for activities might be hard to come up with.
The first thing I realized right away when I got pregnant was that I began to have mom anxiety. The second thing I realized after I had my son was that mom anxiety never really goes away. So what are the most effective ways to manage this?
You’ve probably heard me saying this before about postpartum fitness. Losing the baby weight is not about weight. Let’s be honest, it’s more about feeling like yourself again holistically). Here we discuss the secret to staying sane postpartum.
I too am guilty of googling myself crazy on any given topic related to my child. I’ve read literature online, in books, forums, blogs (ahem!) to understand what I should do as a mom. But why is it so important to avoid information dumps as a new mom?