We’re going to get into some topics in this episode that not a lot of people are talking about in the space of postpartum, especially in regards to what we know as common sense.
What I’m going to be sharing with you here is essentially redefining the period that is postpartum. I want to talk about the postpartum period, and how it does not last
I am so glad you have found my podcast and I can’t wait to share all of the hugely important information surrounding postpartum with you. I have so much to say
Living a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle has amazing environmental benefits, offers a way to help “clean” the gut, and provides a powerful means to spirituality. But when it comes to nutrition in postpartum, it isn’t something
Postpartum is not the first 6 weeks after baby. It’s the first 6 years. And how you experience this monumental life change will shape your lifeforever. Literally, your healing
So much of professional training when it comes to postpartum is an afterthought of labor and birth. (A chapter in the back of a book, a session at the end of a conference…)
What we know as “common sense” about postpartum is actually destroying your post-birth life. Let’s take a look at the rates of postpartum depression for a second. 1 of every 7 women
This isn’t an easy subject to approach. However, over the last several years, I’ve come to realize that this is a topic that needs a voice.
Let’s be real for a minute: postpartum doesn’t last 6 weeks. It can last upwards of 6 years. So often there is no emphasis of postpartum care at all and when there is, it generally applies
When I finally put two-and-two together that I had postpartum depression, I refused to tell a single soul. I was embarrassed. As a strong independent woman who needed nothing