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…

        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…

How to Live In Flow State: A Mother’s Guide to Wellbeing

By Aden Eyob Author of The Book On Mind Training The adage ‘A mother’s work is never done has been overused over the years as the basis for mothers neglecting self-care and boundaries. Furthermore, it validates the notion that a mother’s needs are not more important than her children and partner’s. Although the saying may…

Working Mom Guilt: You’re Not Alone

By Arpi Kazanjian The journey of a working mom       Although I was jumping up and down when I found out that I am pregnant but at the same time I had this feeling in the back of my head that I have to go back to work after my baby is born…

Overcoming Breastfeeding Problems: Tongue Tie.

By Gulten Kaygun Breastfeeding is the most important nutrition for your baby and I never believed the contrary.It’s not an easy journey for any mother and we all go through different challenges. I managed to breastfeed for about 2 months in tears. This wasn’t easy at all. Ronî found it difficult to latch properly and I…

Leaving The Job You Love To Be A Stay At Home Mom: A Real Story

My way or the Airway By Sarah 12 years of being an airline crew flying freely with one of the worlds best airline, the good salary, the free tickets, the life style, no room for boredom the sky is your office view, new crew, new passengers, new destinations, the hectic schedule the jetlags, the unruly…

Single Motherhood

By Rebecka Growing up, I had a mum and a dad. That’s the norm right. A nuclear family. It is what everybody desired, admired and wanted. I had a great childhood, and looking back I was so lucky to have two parents. Even though it is not spoken about much, single parenting is very common….

Single Mom Struggles

By Jodie Allport @bonnie_and_mummy If you’re here reading this then maybe you find yourself in a similar situation to me or perhaps you just want to read about another Mums experience. Either way I hope I can offer help/advice to at least one person out there. So to start, a bit about me…. My name…

A Psychologist’s Experience Of Returning To Work (& Top 3 Tips)

By Jayne Ruff @Parenting_Point Eighteen months ago, I returned to work after nine months of maternity leave with my first child. This was something I was prepared for. In theory. Having trained and worked as an Occupational Psychologist for 15 years, I was aware of the challenges facing returning parents; the conflicting priorities, impact on confidence…

Breastfeeding Problems? Find Happiness With Your Choice

By Lizzie Hodgson @mama.to.sienna I didn’t realise how emotional I would get about this subject until I actually wrote the words down and read it back.  It’s safe to say breastfeeding has been tough for me.  I’ve managed 12 weeks and half of me thinks “wow, well done you” but the guilty half of me is…