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While it’s wonderful that there is much more talk about postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, and other perineal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) than ever before, the flip side of that coin is that sometimes when new parents experience a PMAD after the birth of their child they feel ashamed for not seeing it coming.

Whether or not you have a PMAD, bringing home a new baby is a challenge. You’re exhausted, emotional, and often overwhelmed. This episode will teach you mindfulness strategies you can use to help you stay grounded and present during the postpartum period and throughout your child’s entire lifespan.

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77. Staying flexible, present and self-compassionate in early parenthood: Practical mindfulness tools for postpartum mental health with Dr. Kira Bartlett

Staying flexible, present and self-compassionate in early parenthood

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PARENT SMARTER, NOT HARDER

Keeping the peace at home in times of stress or tension.

17 Neuropsychology Strategies to Parent Smarter Not Harder:
How to Use Brain Science to Maximize Efficiency and Prevent Burnout While Working From Home with Kids During a Pandemic

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