Such an important topic and when you hear the statistics that Joyce shares in this interview its truly so strange that we don’t talk about it more. The Blues, Depression….. We need to talk about it …
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I absolutely loved this episode! Super relaxed and it was my first time interviewing my guest in person, sitting relaxed on the couch and having a chat. I could get used to it!
Not only do Karen and I have the same name (ok well you all know me as Kaz , true, which is my preferred name but Karen is the name my mum gave me) but we also speak the same language and I am not referring to the English language if you get what I mean.
We sepak all things birth, natural parenting and loads about what to expect for new mums.
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Karen Tham is a mother of 2 beautiful children – Kaia who is 8 and Christian who is 5. She is a stay at home mom, chauffeur for 2 and a very talented juggler who manages to co-ordinate her children and husband’s busy schedules while trying to find time to bake cookies and read teen fiction.
Karen has 2 University degrees, a Bachelor of Commerce in Psychology and Marketing and a Bachelor of Science in Chiropractic. She’s spent most of her life moving and travelling, she has a passion for Interior decor and design and is the Co-host of Inside the Champions Mind. A podcast she shares with her husband where they discuss mindset and their stories and challenges in Life, Love and Legacy.
Inspiring, authentic and realistic views and topics. How I love being able to talk to these empowering women and offer you in-depth knowledge.
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Lisa Engle, a mother of 5, is widely known for her passion, dedication and commitment to supporting the expression of potential. She is famous for inspiring patients, especially mothers. With nearly 3 decades of service in the chiropractic profession; integrity, congruence, and “inside out health” is her first language. In turn, she has created a safe, effective, and reflective coaching model for mothers without the judgement, comparison, and crippling overwhelm that often inhibits change for families.
“If you had to do it over, you’d just make different mistakes”