Tired of short days and long hours spent suiting up to go out into the cold? Here’s a ray of sunny positivity to light your way back from the dark winter blahs
By Ann Douglas
‘You can forgive yourself for being a gloriously imperfect work in progress, just like your child,’ says Ann Douglas, whose new book, Parenting Through The Storm, offers support and practical advice for parents navigating their children’s struggles with mental, behavioural and neurodevelopmental disorders
By Jenna Morton
momstown communities across Canada are all about connecting real moms, every day, in person and online. Many women will tell you, “It was my moms’ group that saved me,” and a University of Waterloo study used momstown to show just how important these groups are to new mothers, and their mental health
I thought the same thing. I thought it was a just a phase. I thought as my belly grew and I felt those tiny kicks, the excitement and joy would come. It hasn’t. After 38 weeks I feel the same way – anxious, overwhelmed and indifferent.