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How to create a support system personalized for your unique needs during your pregnancy and into postpartum that can help decrease your vulnerabilities for postpartum anxiety.

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127. BTS: Is there anything I can do while I’m pregnant to make me less vulnerable to postpartum anxiety?

How to be less vulnerable to postpartum anxiety

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114. NICU survival guide: Establishing a secure attachment even when your child is in the hospital with the founders of NICU Nook

Establishing a secure attachment even when your child is in the hospital with the founders of NICU Nook

Having a baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) comes with a wide range of emotions and experiences that can be challenging for new parents to navigate. And many feel like they’re facing this challenge alone. The founders of NICU Nook, Dr. Stephanie Simon and Amanda Neilan, are working to change that!

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104. Becoming a grandparent: Embracing the complicated identity shifts that come when your baby has a baby with Carol Merle-Fishman

identity shifts that occur when parents become grandparents are complicated

Becoming a grandparent is typically embraced by society as a joyous event filled with all the love and much less of the responsibility that comes with parenthood. However, in reality, the identity shifts that occur when parents become grandparents are complicated, with a mix of highs and lows. And with this so rarely discussed, new grandparents (and new parents) can feel blindsided and struggle to know how to navigate the complexities of this transition.

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95. Are we ever really done being postpartum? Redefining what it means to be postpartum with Mama Psychologists’ Dr. Chelsea Bodie

Tackling what it means to be a modern mama

Every postpartum is different! So whether this is your first time being pregnant or you have done this before, surrounding yourself with the proper support during this period of transition is key.

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