However globally important this subject may be, the reason why I'm taking on such a dreadful subject today is a personal itch I can't seem to scratch no matter what I do. Since finding out about Reckful's passing, I've been carrying a heavy load in my heart that follows me everywhere I go. I can't … Continue reading Depression Through Eyes Of A Survivor: Don’t Let It Claim Your Life
From the moment you land on this kind of post, you can tell: there's no way someone will write about this kind of thing if they haven't lived through it. It's just not a topic you carelessly dab into, hoping to make someone feel better or increase your website's traction. It's just not possible. Therefore, … Continue reading How To Survive With Your Baby In The Hospital
Recently, I wrote an article about the importance of self-care for all parents, however underestimated it may be. When it comes to putting this mindset into practice, though, we often fail. There always seems to be something more important, something that pops up unexpectedly, and that needs to be dealt with straight away. Day by … Continue reading 3 Models Of Creating “Me” Time: Which One Is Yours?
I believe most of us are aware of the famous tired mommy stereotype. Some (myself included) have indulged in it - at least at some point, believing it will somehow turn them into better versions of themselves as parents. I'm not proud of it, but I had been spiraled into the vortex of parenting social … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Parents Need To Look After Themselves
Losing a baby at any point during pregnancy has got to be the most difficult thing a mom-to-be can experience. I know, because I've been there. My husband and I lost our first baby sometime around the 10th week of my pregnancy. It's a moment I will never forget - sitting alone at the doctor's … Continue reading 3 Less Well-Known Ways To Heal Your Heart After Miscarriage