Reframing Our Expectations On Timelines

Our parenting journey contains a lot of timelines that begin in pregnancy and continue throughout motherhood. There are timelines for baby development in utero, healing after birth, our children’s development, the six weeks check timeline and the timelines we give ourselves for healing. Postpartum even has different timelines. Jenna Somich offers a way of reframing our expectations on timelines to keep us present.

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Managing Social Anxiety as a Mom

You know that mom that you’ve come across a few times who seems a little awkward, you’re a little unsure about who she is and whether or not you kind of want to bring her in. Guess what? She’s not stuck up. She’s anxious.

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A Functional Medicine Back to School Checklist

Each child has unique needs to optimize their mental and physical wellness. However, there are several general recommendations that many children and families can benefit from. Here are some fundamentals for your “Back to School” checklist specific to academic performance.

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Three Tips for Managing Your Expectations in Motherhood

There’s a possibility that you have a plan for what you think motherhood is going to look like. That can be anywhere from the pregnancy, to getting them off to college and more. The problem with planning a whole lot in motherhood is that we don’t have quite as much control as we’d like to believe that we do. Dr. Lisa Folden tips for managing your expectations in motherhood.

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Four Postpartum Must Haves For Every Parent

While there are plenty of great physical items that are helpful in the postpartum period, it’s important to also prepare some things internally for this challenging phase of life. Here’s a list of four postpartum must-haves every parent should prepare before the birth of their child.

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My Child Has ADHD. Do I Have it Also?

Many adults have suffered in silence with undiagnosed ADHD. In my practice, I have diagnosed hundreds, if not thousands, of children and adolescents with ADHD. During that process there was one question that was almost always asked by concerned parents: “Could I also have ADHD?” Simply put, YES!

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