In fact, it is thought that postnatal depression can affect as many as 10 in every 100 women that have had a baby. It may be hard to know how to help someone who has postnatal depression, but there are things that you can do to make their life that little bit easier. Which is why we have put together some of the tips for partners or midwives to help women who have postnatal depression.
An honest account from a new mum, who lost her sparkle after giving birth to her first child. But has found it again through reconnecting to her love of fitness and motivating people. She has become a BeachBody coach and is able to work from home doting on her daughter all at once. Read her amazing journey to regaining her self-esteem and zest for life.
Your long anticipated precious bundle of joy is finally here. You may feel elated, afraid, anxious, calm or overwhelmed. The post-partum phase after baby’s arrival and can overwhelming, and it’s easy to slip back into doing mode when what you really need is deep, deep rest. We hope these ideas will inspire some much deserved nourishing YOU time.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Children’s Book Week we pay tribute to the magic that happens when families come together to relish story time together. The joy that shines upon the faces of those captivated by the power of stories, enchanted by the turn of each new page. Family reading time is a gateway to limitless fun, adventure and wonder!