Category: Advice

Intimacy Problems After Childbirth that No One Warned You About
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Intimacy Problems After Childbirth that No One Warned You About

Life after a baby can be stressful amidst the joy of being a new mom. Physical changes, engorged breasts, urinary incontinence, and sleepless nights are only half of the problems after childbirth. Then, there are the dreaded “intimacy problems” no one warned you about. It’s time to get the 411 before you think you’re losing...

Redox Signaling and Fertility: What You Need to Know
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Redox Signaling and Fertility: What You Need to Know

When dealing with fertility issues, it is important to understand antioxidants and the crucial role they place in all the body’s systems, especially the reproductive system. What Are Antioxidants? Antioxidants are vitamins and minerals that protect cells from damage. These essential vitamins and minerals are crucial for healthy living and healthy reproduction. Antioxidants work by...

An Adoptive Parent’s Guide to Bonding With Newborns
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An Adoptive Parent’s Guide to Bonding With Newborns

Before every parent holds their baby for the very first time, there are a million questions that run through their minds. Can I really do this? Am I the right person to raise this child? Will this baby even like me? What if I am terrible at this? Adoptive parents have even more questions in...

Infertile? Parenthood Is Still An Option
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Infertile? Parenthood Is Still An Option

There’s nothing more devastating than the loss of a child – in this instance, we’re speaking of loss before conception. Being told that you can’t have a child of your own may feel as though you’ve been dealt a bad hand in life when you have so much love to offer a child. Here are...

How To Protect Your Home Without Waking the Baby
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How To Protect Your Home Without Waking the Baby

This is a little out of the scope of my normal blog articles but is a topic often asked. What can I do to help us all sleep at night? Parents of young children get little enough sleep as it is, and a bump in the night won’t help. If you’re anything like me, you’re watching...