Monthly Archives: March 2015

Why Sharing Your Stories Helps Your Kids Big Kid

  Did you know that sharing stories about your past and family can help improve your kids’ self esteem family function, and lower anxiety and behavior problems? Learn more in this article. Type: Blog post Source:  Read Have I Ever Told You….? How Sharing Family Stories Helps Our Kids Article Excerpt: Of course, it’s not

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What I’ve Learned About Raising Healthy Eaters Nutrition

  A registered dietitian and nutritionist talks about raising healthy eaters and creating a positive relationship with food. Type: Blog post Source:  Read What I’ve Learned About Raising Healthy Eaters Article Excerpt: As parents, feeding our children is one of the main aspects of our caretaking, and of course we want to do it right. Unfortunately,

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The Things You Should Never, EVER Say to Someone Experiencing Fertility Issues Fertility

  We don’t always know what to say in difficult situations. In this article, learn what not to say to a couple dealing with fertility issues. Type: Blog Post Source: Read The Things You Should Never, EVER Say to Someone Experiencing Fertility Issues Article Excerpt: This post is for those women. I am not saying that the

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Why It’s Important Create With Your Children Toddler

  Learn why creating with children is so important and how you can start bringing your toddler into the cooking, crafting, and other projects like art, music, food, and gardening. Type: Blog post Source: Read The Importance of Creating with Children Article Excerpt: The more important realization, something that of course guides our parenting but really

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How I Found Inner Peace in a Salted Carmel Mocha Stress & Overwhelm

How I Found Inner Peace in a Salted Carmel Mocha

  Author and podcaster Lauren Fire tells the story of how she learned to calm down and choose her own inner peace as her top priority. Learn a new way of thinking about peace that can allow you to de-stress faster. Type: Blog Post Source: Read How I Found Inner Peace in a Salted Carmel Mocha

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I Wish Someone Would’ve Warned Me About These BIG FEELINGS Sanity & Happiness

  A mom of three writes this hilarious and real post about the many intense feelings she struggled with as a stay-at-home mom. Type: Blog Post Source: Read I Wish Someone Would’ve Warned Me About These BIG FEELINGS Article Excerpt: I wish I would have known how new babies make all feelings MORE (and this from

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What Postpartum Depression Actually Looks Like Family Wellness, Mind & Spirit, Postpartum Depression & Anxiety

Understand all symptoms of postpartum depression, including the less-than-obvious signs that can cause depression to go undiagnosed. Depression is a subtle attacker. Pamphlets at the doctor’s office usually make us believe that crying or lack of bonding are the only tell-tale signs.  Learn what else to look for and how to know if you may be suffering from

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Study Connects Unmet Breastfeeding Expectations with Postpartum Depression Postpartum Depression & Anxiety

A study in the Maternal and Child Health Journal suggests that women with unmet breastfeeding expectations could be at a higher risk for postpartum depression (PPD).  Learn more about the study, and read the author’s analysis of the study and other studies that tie postpartum depression to breast-feeding. Type: Blog post Source: Read Breastfeeding and Postpartum Depression

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Keeping Your Relationship Strong During Postpartum Depression Postpartum Depression & Anxiety

Learn how postpartum depression can affect a relationship. Author gives 4 tips for moving through postpartum depression while maintaining a strong relationship with a significant other. Type: Blog post Source: Read Keeping Your Relationship Strong During Postpartum Depression Article Excerpt: When you are in the thick of something as difficult as postpartum depression, it may be

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