Pregnancy loss through miscarriage or stillbirth can be devastating. An overwhelming sense of sadness is common for women and their partners when pregnancy does not result in a healthy, live baby. There is no one ‘right’ way to feel when pregnancy ends unexpectedly. Every woman and her partner are unique.
Mindfulness is beautifully simple. When you bring your awareness to the present moment - the sensations in your body, your thoughts and emotions, the information coming through via your senses - you’re being mindful.
Most people have heard about postnatal depression, but did you know that Dad’s get depression too? It’s called ‘paternal depression’ and it’s a common experience for men.
Up to 1 in 10 Dads will experience it either during the pregnancy or after baby arrives.
It’s important to recognise that feeling anxious, sad or overwhelmed at times is a co...
Pregnant women are known for their emotional fragility. Crying at television advertisements, becoming weepy at the very sight of a newborn’s jumpsuit...the list goes on. But at what point do “normal” up and down emotions become something else entirely? Read on to learn more about your emotional health during pregnancy and why it’s so important.