Posts tagged postpartum
The Postpartum Story: Why and How We Need to Change the Narrative

Postpartum means the period of time after giving birth… but then what? Women deserve to have a better view and more stories about postpartum. Women have been made to believe there are things they should accomplish right after giving birth. The loss of a village puts even more pressure on women to do these things alone. We need to shift the narrative to include more stories and less mom comparison.

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Postpartum Depression and Anxiety: Stories from Moms

Postpartum Depression and Anxiety are common, but they aren’t commonly talked about. Nearly 1 in 5 women struggle with postpartum mental health. The 5 brave women open up about their experiences so that you don’t have to feel alone in yours. There are signs and there is help.

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Tips for Communicating Postpartum to Your Partner

Need some ways to help your partner understand YOU in your postpartum?

When we talk about postpartum, people often assume it can be boiled down to postpartum sex, postpartum depression and your postpartum body. Yes, these are factors, but there are MANY MORE. Helping our partners to understand the wide array of transitions we are experiencing, AND normalizing the reality that postpartum is more than just 6-12 weeks, we can have less misunderstandings and resentment and more of a team approach to this new way of family.

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Emotional Stages of Postpartum

In this time there are a number of factors contributing to our emotional response- each valid and each with a place in our transition. Again, these are not something to be ashamed of. They are wired in us for a reason and they can shine a light on areas we need to give attention. Tuning into these emotions, through different stages of postpartum, can help us to be mindful and intentional in our postpartum time and give us the prompts we need to take proactive steps in our own healing.

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