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Introducing T.A.L.K. – a powerful self-care method for mums

Introducing T.A.L.K. – a powerful self-care method for mums. (I have been emphasising the importance of TALKING ever since I recovered from depression so I can’t even imagine a better title.) Although there is no one size fits all approach when it comes to your mental well-being, T.A.L.K. gives you the tools you need to …

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Lindsay Clancy is not a murderer, she is a victim!

In connection with recent news about Lindsay Clancy strangling her kids to death due to postpartum depression, I cannot stay silent. Lindsay had told a psychologist she had heard ta voice in her head telling her to kill her children shortly before their deaths. While suffering from postnatal depression after having my twins in 2016, …

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Sad About Your Baby’s Sex? Gender Disappointment Is Real And Here’s How To Cope

Have you found out the gender of your baby but instead of joy you feel disappointment? Did you hope for a girl and found out you are having a boy – or vice versa? I have been there too! I’d always wanted to have a baby girl. I used to say that I would keep …

How To Get Your Partner To Help With The Baby (The 1 Way That Actually Works!)

HOW DO I GET MY HUSBAND TO HELP WITH THE BABY? This is the question many new mums ask – way more often than you would have thought! It’s no secret that having a baby puts a strain on many relationships. There is no wonder! Your life as you know it changes from one day …

7 Simple tips to make new mum friends (even if you are an introvert)

Having real friends makes ALL THE DIFFERENCE in the way a new mum experiences motherhood. Without friends, a new mum simply cannot thrive. Especially a first-time mum! I can still vividly remember how lonely I felt after becoming a mum. I found it really hard to cope with all the changes that motherhood brought into …