Belly Love: Embracing Your Bump

Belly Love: Embracing Your Bump

Hello there! Today, we’re diving deep into the world of belly love. Whether you’re pregnant, just had a baby, or simply want to embrace your beautiful belly, this blog is for you. Let’s celebrate and appreciate our bumps in all their glorious shapes and sizes, because guess what? They’re amazing!

Body Positivity During Postpartum

Body Positivity During Postpartum

In the midst of sleepless nights, diaper changes, and endless feedings, it’s easy to lose sight of ourselves and our bodies. However, amidst this chaos, there lies an opportunity for profound self-love and acceptance. Join me as we delve into the importance of nurturing body positivity in the postpartum phase and embracing the beauty of our evolving selves.

My Journey Through Postpartum Depression

My Journey Through Postpartum Depression

As I sit down to write this, I find myself engulfed in a whirlwind of emotions, memories, and experiences that I never imagined I would face. Postpartum depression (PPD) isn’t just a term I read about in a medical journal or heard about from my clients; it’s a reality I lived through, one that changed me in ways I never anticipated. And as I reflect on my journey, I can’t help but acknowledge the significance of this moment: Mental Health Awareness Month.

Debunking the Obesity as a Disease Myth

Debunking the Obesity as a Disease Myth

This article will use obesity and versions of that word in this discussion. We do not use nor apply this word in our daily work, however it makes sense to use this term in our exploration of its categorization. Let’s Talk About Debunking the Obesity-as-a-Disease Myth!

We Love Ragen Chastain’s Work!

We Love Ragen Chastain’s Work!

In her recent April 3rd thought-provoking post, Ragen Chastain embarks on an exploration of the perplexing landscape of weight loss and health research, tackling head-on the vexing question posed by reader Lanelle regarding the integrity of such studies.

“I hate being a mom” and that’s okay

“I hate being a mom” and that’s okay

I hate being a mom. Okay, okay, I don’t hate it… at least, not all of the time. Let me explain. Motherhood was always presented to me as a journey of love, joy, fulfillment, road trips where my kids roll their eyes at me, and lots of bad art. But what no one told me is that this road trip has road closures and detours that require challenges and sacrifices that I wasn’t fully prepared for!

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