Why Mothers Need to Teach Self Love

Self love. Self care. Words we hear so often these days. We need to learn how to love ourselves and how to know that we are enough. But wouldn’t it be nice to live in a world where self love is normal? We as mothers hold the key in creating …

Postpartum Depression and our Partners

As a mother in a postpartum depression you have enough just thinking about yourself. The last thing you might think about is how your depression is affecting your partner. Not only does it affects them but they also play a crucial part in the healing process. Postpartum depression and our …

Holistic Healing Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depressions are hard to overcome. It takes lots of work and dedication to heal. This post is about healing postpartum depression in a holistic way. To take care of your body is always important but after giving birth it’s necessary to tend to your body, mind and soul to …

Recognize Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depressions affect many women after childbirth. Between 10 to 15% of all mothers suffer from some form of postpartum depression. There’s a big chance you are one of them or that you know somebody who is. There is no checklist because every mother, baby, birth and postpartum period is …

Yoga to overcome postpartum depression

Yoga has been a part of my life for years, I meditate often, eat healthy and I’m consciously aware of my health. All of this couldn’t prevent my postpartum depression. It took me almost a year before I slowly started to find the connection again to my inner Self, through …

5 Easy Poses for Yoga with children

As a mother you’re busy. Doing yoga might not be the first thing on your mind when you have children running around. But I’m asking you to consider it! Yoga with children has many benefits for both of you, like it calms you down, it can help them to deal …