I love supporting mamas and mamas-to-be. As a first time mama myself, and a mompreneur, I know how hard it is to achieve work-life balance. Being a mama is a full time job in itself. Mix that in with being a wife, caretaker of parents, friend, entrepreneur and all the other titles we give ourselves and it can be a recipe for disaster.
It doesn’t have to be this way, mamas!
I read an article on goop about postnatal depletion. It rocked my world like nothing I had read before. When I first read it, I realized more mamas needed to know about it and what to do to get their health back. I am sharing my own postnatal recovery journey here because I want other mamas to know they’re not alone. We don’t have to suffer in silence! I realized I needed many things including:
Being a mama is a tough, oftentimes lonely job. I have seen counselors, physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists and more following the traumatic birth of my first son in February 2015 and I believe my body is still recovering. In fact, the article on postnatal depletion postulates 7 years is the average length of time a woman’s body is depleted of necessary nutrients, vitamins and energy stores.
What can we as mamas do? What can we as a family do to support mamas?
Focus on HEALTH. First and foremost.
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There is hope! I can help. Shoot me an email!