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Supporting Postpartum for Men and Avoiding Maternal Gatekeeping The fatherhood postpartum experience can be challenging, but it’s often overlooked. Men also feel stress and anxiety about the changes that happen with the arrival of a n…

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There is a strong correlation between the gut and hormones. The food we eat has a direct impact on the bacteria that reside in our gut. If this gut biome becomes unbalanced, it can lead to hormonal imbalances and fertility problems. In this episode,…

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So many things can crop up during the postpartum period, but they are swept under the rug because we assume that they are part of the process, but they don’t have to be. Most women postpartum are more susceptible to nutritional depletion, anem…

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Just because we are given that clearance from our doctor at the 6-week mark, does not mean that we should jump right into sexual activity and we might not even emotionally feel ready. In this episode with Cindy Scharkey, we are honing in on sex in p…

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“Let's talk about sex baby, let’s talk about you and me.” YUP! We're talking all things sex in pregnancy today. However, there is a relationship that we must explore first before we can begin to tackle any of the questions that com…

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Finding the right provider and asking the right questions can be very overwhelming when you first learn you are pregnant. Stephanie King, a childbirth educator and professional, joins us on today's episode to share her personal birth experiences, th…

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We have reached a milestone of 100 episodes!!! After interviewing over 100 women about their experience entering motherhood, there are 3 things that are always mentioned that we need to remember: Advocacy, Birth Preferences and Community. I have ga…

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For most people, childbirth should be done in hospitals, but did you know that according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 35,000 deliveries are done at home every year? Even though its statistics of success increase, home …

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Of course, when our partners are sloppy around the house, we don't like that! But as normal as it sometimes can get, it just sends us in a spiral of very emotional thoughts and can greatly affect our relationship over time. Failing to bring ourselve…

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People say that parenting is instinctive, and that's true. But what they fail to include is that it is also a very long learning process for moms. Every day, you learn something about your baby that becomes a new part of your motherhood. And seeking…

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