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  • #ImStillAGoodParent November 17, 2020
    Help us dispel the myth of the “perfect parent” by sharing this information: How parents portray themselves on social media is not always the same as real lived experience. Parenthood is never perfect Parental guilt is very real and is common It’s okay to ask for help. Call PSI’s helpline 1-800-944-4773, or share with a...
  • What I Learned About Parenting and the Postpartum Period Working in a Preschool October 2, 2020
    What I Learned About Parenting and the Postpartum Period Working in a Preschool by Amanda Dodson Gremillion   I am one of those preschool teachers who is known to spoil the babies. I often got guilted of this as a new mom too, but I no longer believe you can spoil babies. However, not being...
  • Low Supply Broke My Heart October 1, 2020
    Low supply broke my heart by Bethany Neubarth   *Trigger warning: Some content in this blog might be triggering or upsetting to certain audiences. I spent my pregnancy reading all the popular breastfeeding books; I went to three different breastfeeding classes. I wanted to breastfeed. I loved the idea of it. I was going to...

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  • Self-Care Practices You Must Try to Bust Holiday Stress November 20, 2020
    Self-care has become a buzzword in 2020 and for good reason… we’re all exhausted. Self-care… these words can seem hollow to an already tired mom with little space on her to-do list left for anything other than making it through the day. Too many of us have put ourselves at the bottom of the list,… […]
  • How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate August 15, 2019
    When you're struggling with any perinatal mood or anxiety disorder you need to be your own mental health care advocate to get the best possible care. The post How to Be Your Own Mental Health Care Advocate appeared first on Maternal Mental Health Research Collaborative.
  • My Baby Is A Year Old & I Still Have Postpartum Depression August 5, 2019
    Postpartum depression is the most common complication of child birth, affecting upwards of 1 in 4 women every year. It doesn’t discriminate and can affect anyone with symptoms that range from feeling isolated, sad and alone all the way to full blown rage and crippling insomnia. While each mom’s experience with postpartum depression is different… […]
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