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Strong Feelings Toward Your Partner

Have you experienced feelings of anger, perhaps even rage, or to some level not liking your partner very much during some stages of pregnancy/postpartum? Well, I’m here to tell you that most of us have experienced it and don’t talk about it because we may think it’s “crazy” or “mean” or that something is wrong with us. 

The Thing With Grief…

The thing with grief is that it electrifies you. It causes everything in front of you to pause, like a slideshow that slows down, all of the details that have been in plain sight the entire time but have been ignored, suddenly become clear to you. You get a taste of reality through grief and while you are experiencing this brand-new world that has alw[...]

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WHEN TO CHOOSE TO HEAL YOURSELF

One of the hardest things with grief, besides grieving itself, is allowing ourselves to heal. Healing may sound close to impossible at first; A betrayal, a delusion, complete absurdity while suffocating from a pain that takes over our world. It can stop time, make every little part of daily life seem like a mountain to climb. Yet it can transform wha[...]

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DEALING WITH POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION

  Dealing with postpartum depression? The baby blues is a very common reaction after childbirth, especially among new moms. It usually manifests itself in the form of mood swings, anxiety, crying spells, and difficulty sleeping. Most women have postpartum depression during the first two or three days after delivery, and it may last up to two weeks.[...]