Have you considered taking a babymoon? Maybe you should, too.
Have you ever heard of a babymoon? A babymoon is similar to a honeymoon — a time when you, your baby and your immediate family members remain in seclusion for a period of time after your baby is born. During this time, you focus on your marriage and on bonding with and caring for your new baby.
3 tips to help him stay trim over the holidays!
In general, it’s safe to say that women are more conscious about what we put into our bodies than men are. That typically comes from lots of conditioning regarding our appearances. Unless your guy is particularly aware of health or concerned about his weight, even a very intelligent man will tend to eat just because the food is in front of him.
These tips can help you stop overeating and overspending during December!
Overeating, overspending and just plain overdoing it are three of our main indulgences, especially during the holidays. There are a few simple ground rules that can make the difference between feeling satisfied as opposed to weighed down.
…because holidays are draining enough without a bun in the oven.
Pregnancy can zap energy. After all, growing a human takes a lot of work, even if you’re just sitting on the couch. Simply walking from the bathroom to the kitchen can completely take the wind out of you. Here are some practical tips to help you stay at the top of your game during the holidays:
Here’s what to really expect when you’re expecting.
Many women wonder why nobody told them that pregnancy not always rosy. It’s impossible to know ahead of time how you’re going feel during a pregnancy, so don’t be surprised if you’re up, down and all over the place.
Is it OCD or is it different?
Unlike many mental health professionals, I don’t pay much attention to the labels in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM). Although hoarding is no longer considered in the category of OCD (Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder), it is by all means a compulsive behavior. Hoarders feel compelled to keep items, even if intellectually and rationally they know they probably won’t need them in a practical sense. The “need” is a powerful emotional one, however.
Your divorce may have a positive impact on your children after all.
Contrary to popular belief, divorce isn’t always negative for kids — sometimes it’s excellent for kids. Here are five ways that your children can benefit from your divorce:
Chances are you know at least one mom who’s depressed – so, how do you handle Mother’s Day?
Can you name the number one complication of pregnancy? If you’re thinking gestational diabetes, you’re on the wrong track. Don’t feel bad – most people haven’t a clue.
Divorce doesn’t have to be all bad.
The stigma associated with divorce is certainly all doom and gloom, but sometimes couples seem so much happier after they split. How does it all add up?
For most women, having a baby is one of the greatest joys of life. For others, childbirth can lead to feelings of serious sadness and withdrawal, otherwise known as postpartum depression.
Yesterday, my husband told me to “snap out” of the bad mood I’ve been in since our son was born. That feels like the last straw for me. I want to end our marriage because he’s so insensitive to my postpartum depression. Am I overreacting?