Motherhood, Hormones and Breastfeeding

Written by: Dianne Edmonds Posted on 08 May 2014 0

I have been a fan of Dr Sara Gottfried for 18 months now and learned about the amazing Lisa Grace Byrne and her heart for mothers, through an interview with Dr Sara and Lisa last year. Lisa has just written this blog post for Dr Sara's community and I'd like to share it with you, as you read further to learn more about fuel for your journey, for those who have 'been there'. http://www.s...

Unsure how to transition from person to parent?

Written by: Dr Melanie Strang Posted on 01 May 2014 0

“All the frozen casseroles in the world can’t prepare you for the emotional roller coaster that comes with  a new baby. However, Dr Melanie Strang can guide you through this maze of ‘mother feelings’ with empathy, understanding and simple practical strategies. Mother Love should be on every new mother’s coffee table, for reassurance that  she is not alone , ...

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Jayden Eden 17/04/2014 12:33:42 PM The brain is an amazing tool if you know how to use it and sharpen it. You can literally do anything you set your mind to. I love how you mentioned that the "brain reserve can be used and needs to be refilled," because it is very true. If you train your brain, you can learn to use more of it. By doing this, you will become a smarter human being.
Jayden Eden | <a href="http://www.ceramabond.com.au/">http://www.ceramabond.com.au/</a>

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Dianne Edmonds 6/02/2014 1:01:14 PM Thanks Lori! Great idea to give Tiara's to your patients! Love it.

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Lori 6/02/2014 7:09:12 AM Oh you are so funny! I started reading her book but kept forgetting about it (bought it as an ebook - so not the same as a book in your hands)! I bought some Tiaras to give to patients and now I will go buy some marbles! Thanks for sharing, Dianne!

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Sunita Chaudhari 4/12/2013 8:22:15 PM Very Nice post and attractive gift idea.... I like it. I use to do buy online fruit cakes as its time saving.very informative post about fruit cakes. cakes looks yummy.thanks for sharing this.

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Sarah 29/10/2013 5:31:53 PM "Dr Sara talks about womens’ tendency to “over providing”, which drains our energy, kills our sex life and undermines our families happiness. She also talked about the “muffin top” ie belly fat that won’t move, sugar cravings and women needing a glass of wine to sooth themselves and to settle down at the end of the day."

I think she might be onto something. I can certainly relate to most of these 'symptoms'.

Thanks Dianne

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Dianne 20/08/2013 11:01:12 AM Thanks very much Fiona! Will take your advice and aim to keep the beds ongoingly made too! Dianne

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Fiona 19/08/2013 11:41:08 PM Hi Di,
Glad you have survived the move and all seems to be going well. I love your website. I'm looking forward to having more time to click around here!
My moving tip is make up the beds as soon as you can in the new house (and don't cover the beds with stuff) know where the kettle is packed for emergency cups of tea and order take away dinner for the first night.
See you

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Lori Forner 12/08/2013 6:35:49 AM Amazing work on Pelvic Floor First!!!! Thank you for your passion in helping women! :)

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Lori 25/06/2013 8:11:24 PM Congrats!!

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Dianne Edmonds 3/06/2013 5:24:30 PM Thanks Lori for your comments. It would be great for postnatal mums to learn this now and not take 9 1/2 years like I did to find out about this information. I was listening to Dr Sara last night and was reminded that we can help join in with her audacious goal to balance the hormones of 1 million women in 2013 - starting here with our postnatal mums!

Thanks again Lori!
Dianne