Advice you can actually trust

Resources for Moms

Emily Chaffee, Fertility & Birth Doula, Childbirth Educator, Massage & Bodywork Therapist

Why To Love Your Period

Our cycles can tell so much about our overall health and wellbeing, and very few of us are taught to actually read these signs as biomarkers for our health. It is time that we start understanding what our bodies are telling us so we can better understand our overall health, wellness, and fertility!

Read More »
Nicole Wallace, LCMHC, M.Ed, LSC

The Power of Self-Compassion

As women, we often play the role of caretakers, lovers, empathizers. Yet when it comes to ourselves, we struggle to provide this same degree of love.

Read More »
Dr. Holly Durney, PT, OCS

The Physical Side of Postpartum Recovery

Every postpartum woman should understand how to engage the muscles, how the pelvic floor can work properly with a proper neutral spine, and some of the posture changes that often occur during pregnancy and the impact that has on the body.

Read More »
Sara Gonet, MS, RDN, LDN, CEDRD-S

Body Image During Pregnancy

Motherhood is hard enough without the added pressure of unrealistic expectations of what our body should look like during pregnancy and postpartum. Whether you are a first-time mom, or a mother of 4, consider the following tips to practice during pregnancy/postpartum body image challenges and beyond.

Read More »
Dr. Lisa Folden, PT

Mother Comes First

It’s time to expose and debunk some of the common motherhood myths that suggest mothers should always be selfless, exhausted, and happy about it.

Read More »
Dr. Erkeda DeRouen, MD

How to Practice Self-Care During a Pandemic

As a Superwoman, you are always working to save others, whether it’s at work, with friends, and especially within your household. Life threw in a global pandemic, which added additional responsibilities and self-care is often the first thing to go.

Read More »
Katherine Andrew, MPH, RD, LDN

Blender Oatmeal Pumpkin Muffins

This muffin recipe is a go-to for a healthy treat to add to lunch boxes or snacks. It’s naturally gluten free, uses only one bowl (the blender!), chock full of protein and nutrients, and best of all, delicious!

Read More »
Dr. Joni J. Johnson, MD, NBC-HWC

Parenting a Child with Special Needs

Most mothers adore their children and will make whatever sacrifices are necessary to ensure that their child’s needs and wants are met, but mothers who have children with special needs are different. The selflessness these mothers often exhibit can become problematic in a myriad of ways.

Read More »
Blair Cuneo, PA-C

Sister Act: The Story of E&P

The intricate dance between estrogen and progesterone in our menstrual cycles is a delicate balance. When that balance is lost we can see it’s impact play out in various ways in our day to day life.

Read More »
 Dr. Lindsay Saunders, PT, DPT

The Power of Poo

Constipation is defined in many ways, but it is typically seen as having fewer than 3 bowel movements a week. Constipation may also make itself known through harder than normal stool, difficulty passing stool, decreased appetite, pain, abdominal distension, and foul body odor (especially in children).

Read More »
Dr. Lindsay Mumma, DC

Healing a Cesarean Scar

The body is a self-healing, self-regulating unit. It’s pretty incredible. But wound closure isn’t the only thing that needs to heal after a Cesarean delivery, so there are a few extra things to consider that I encourage all of my patients to do.

Read More »

Login to your HER Circle account