Often when a discussion around “mommy guilt” comes up, the talk revolves around working moms. We aren’t going to get into the Mommy Wars and debate about the value of being a stay-at-home mom versus a working mom because moms can make their own choices about what feeds their soul and about what needs to be done . . . → Read More: The Insidiousness Nature of Mommy Guilt
A Guest Post by Lauren Hale, a mother of three and survivor of Postpartum Mood Disorders
When Susan* first saw the double pink lines on her pregnancy test, the last thing she thought about was a cesarean section. In fact, she barely paid attention to the information about Cesarean Sections offered during her childbirth class. A friend . . . → Read More: Is there a link between C-Sections and Postpartum Mood Disorders?
Doulas have been around for a long time but only recently have they become a regular part of the discussion in birthing classes and among friends looking for a unique type of support during birth.
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Doulas are certified professionals who are . . . → Read More: Did You Hire a Doula For Birth Support?