Happy as a Mother podcast

085: Caring for the Postpartum Brain with Neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

0:00
59:22
Retroceder 15 segundos
Avanzar 15 segundos

Are you well rested today? I’m not! Moms don’t get a lot of sleep, and new moms get almost none. This can be hard on our brain. Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is here to explain how we can best care for our brains during seasons of life when getting a full night’s sleep is all but impossible.

Show Notes: https://bit.ly/2X4SGKW

Otros episodios de "Happy as a Mother"

  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    098: Learning to Fight Fair with Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Elizabeth Earnshaw

    55:49

    Conversations with our partners become very high stakes after children are born. We come from different upbringings with different ideas of what parenting looks like, yet need to learn to work as a team. This can be a recipe for tense conversations or conflict with those we love. Licensed marriage and family therapist Elizabeth Earnshaw is here to introduce key skills that strong and thriving couples use so we can learn to disagree in a way that strengthens our relationships rather than weakens them. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3GrI1vc
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    097: The One and Done Family with Renee Reina, PhD

    46:55

    Do you find yourself wrestling with whether to have more children? Many moms I work with struggle with this decision for a number of reasons such as finances, the ideal family they had envisioned, their past birth or postpartum experience, and the readiness of their partner. While other parents may have come to the conclusion that they only want one child but feel pushed towards having more by the opinions and expectations of others. The choice to be one and done can come with a lot of guilt, shame, and pressure from others—but what matters is what YOU actually want for your family. Renee Reina, PhD is going to help us unpack how to know when you’re one and done and then feel confident in that decision. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3pgeu0j
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    No te pierdas ningún episodio de Happy as a Mother. Síguelo en la aplicación gratuita de GetPodcast.

    iOS buttonAndroid button
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    096: Overcoming Gender Disappointment with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Renée Miller

    56:10

    When you first learned you were expecting a baby, did you have a preferred gender in mind? Some people do and for a variety of different reasons. It can be hard to admit, but you may have even experienced some sadness if you learned the baby wouldn’t be your preferred gender. This is completely okay and more common than you might think. But since it can be hard to admit, it can also be hard to work through. Dr. Renée Miller has spent her career helping parents overcome gender disappointment, and she’s here today to help us unpack this concept. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3cDHOrI
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    095: Adding a Sibling to Your Family with Family Therapist Bryana Kappadakunnel

    55:45

    Do you worry about how your child will adjust to a sibling? Do you fear you will struggle with dividing your love and attention between children? Expanding your family comes with many mixed emotions about what this transition will mean for you and the relationship you have with your first child. Marriage and family therapist Bryana Kappadakunnel is here to help us ditch the worry and guilt about adding a sibling and embrace being imperfectly perfect for our children.  Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3wRliVE
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    094: Regulating Your Nervous System with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Quincee Gideon

    1:01:58

    Do you find that you are keenly aware of the shifts in the emotions of those around you? Are you wired to please others? Have you ever found yourself feeling panicked for no reason? Anxiety and trauma responses can cause our bodies to act in ways that may not make sense, and that can be scary. Clinical psychologist Dr. Quincee Gideon joins us to help us better understand our nervous system and how to more effectively manage its responses. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3qnZQqe
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    093: Setting Boundaries With Moms & Mothers-In-Law with @psychedmommy Dr. Ashurina Ream

    55:34

    Do you struggle with family showing up unannounced? Does your family buy too many gifts for your child? Does your mother or mother-in-law ignore your parenting values and do things their own way? You are not alone. In today’s episode, Dr. Ream and I answer your questions to help unpack why boundary setting feels so difficult especially when it comes to dealing with our moms and mothers-in-law, and provide some advice for how to set those boundaries. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/31rpvno
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    092: Co-Parenting and Blending Families with Therapist Abbey Williams

    47:02

    There are many roads that lead to motherhood, and some moms even start their journey solo. But what happens when you’ve chosen a partner to start a family, and it doesn’t work out? What does ending the partnership mean for your parenting situation, and your child’s situation? When we’re thrust into single parenting unexpectedly, the custody agreements that mean time away from our child can be devastating, and co-parenting is its own can of worms. Therapist and founder of Mimosas with Moms Abbey Williams is here to unpack the challenges of co-parenting for us. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3vLtGFs
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    091: Social Justice Parenting with Author Dr. Traci Baxley

    47:40

    In the wake of George Floyd, many parents’ eyes have been opened to the injustices that BIPOC communities face on a day-to-day basis. This has also left many parents questioning how to "do the work" and raise inclusive children. Figuring out where to start when it comes to anti-racism and social justice work can feel quite daunting. Dr. Traci Baxley is here to teach us about ways we can use our parenting as a form of activism, teaching our children to show up and intervene on behalf of others. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/2Z2vgHq
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    090: Momming With ADHD with Licensed Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist Dr. Melissa Shepard

    1:00:20

    Do you ever feel more disorganized and frazzled compared to other moms? Do you regularly forget things you know are important because of how much you hold in your mind? While these might sound typical of most mothers, major factors of ADHD that often go undiagnosed in women include forgetfulness, inattentiveness, distractibility, and disorganization. Dr. Melissa Shepard is going to help us understand what ADHD is and the impact it can have on our parenting. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3v5X212
  • Happy as a Mother podcast

    089: Supporting NICU Moms with Registered Social Worker Kristin Reinhart

    52:59

    Pregnancy, labor, and delivery are hard enough. But having a baby in NICU is terrifying and can be traumatic. Kristin Reinhart is a social worker and perinatal mental health specialist with 15 years of experience. More importantly, she’s a mom who survived 2 NICU experiences. She’s here to share her experience, how to know when you need help, and how to help a NICU mom. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3a8NlFs

Descubre los mejores podcast en la aplicación gratuita de GetPodcast.

Suscríbete a tus podcast favoritos, escucha episodios cuando estés sin conexión y déjate sorprender por las recomendaciones personalizadas.

iOS buttonAndroid button