I Mother My Son Too Much

By Mirna Haddad I Mother my son too much  I Mother my son too much terrified of childhood trauma or is it to break the previous cycle of conventional motherhood  I mother my son too much to prove I’m a good mom, to whom I always wonder I mother my son too much in the…

A Mother’s Journey With Parenting & Healing

Being a mother gave me an opportunity to heal myself By Thoria Younis I am a mother, a daughter, a sister, a wife, and an emotional therapist.  Since I gave birth to my beloved child “Yehia” I had to leave my job to take care of him, I was always aiming to be a perfect mom,…

3 Simple Steps To A Successful Potty Training

By Ghada Koleilat My own guide of potty training As I recently potty trained my 2-year-old daughter, I got a lot of questions from mom friends and Instagram followers on the techniques that I followed to have successfully completed the transition within four days, which made me create this guide on potty training steps that…

My Pregnancy With High BMI & Mental Health Past During Pandemic

By Julia Bridgwater  I’m Julia. I’m mommy to a beautiful girl, Luna Delphine, who happens to be my little lockdown baby. She is my absolute world but our journey to get to where we are now hasn’t been too easy. I think anyone would agree, becoming a mother for the first time is not easy…

        Confident Mother Means Confident Child

By Mirna Bolmanac NLP practitioner and Life coach, “One way to Harmony – Lifestyle by Mirna” Do you remember that feeling after giving birth? Do you remember feelings of joy, happiness and confidence? The confidence is so big, all the world could hear you: “If I can give birth to this little human there is…

Postpartum Recovery With Food

By Jordana Ventzke – Licensed Dietitian  Finding out you are pregnant makes mums research. And boy, do we research everything – what can I eat, drink, should I exercise, how do I want my birth to happen, car seats, prams etc.  Unfortunately, not much research, goes into our own postpartum journey. The focus remains on…

Grieving The Loss Of My Birth Plan | How I Overcame It

By Jessica Hamp What my own plan of my birth was like I feel when you traditionally talk about pregnancy and becoming a mum it’s all beautiful, which made my struggles feel so abnormal.I had 7 months of sickness leading up to the stage of birth plans. I was so in love with the natural…

PCOS – Separating Myth from Fact & My Own Experience

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness (PCOS) Month What is PCOS? Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels. It’s a serious genetic, hormone, metabolic and reproductive disorder that affects women from all ages and body types. PCOS is a problem with hormones that affects women during their childbearing years (ages 15…