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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This week we have one of the very highest downloaded episodes of Mum’s The Word for #2 of “The Best of” series. I have had so much positive feedback from couples about this episode that I absolutely without doubt have to share it again.
Julie Sharon from Balance You shares with us her wisdom about a very important topic that affects almost everyone and is also so very rarely spoken of. How does the relationship change between a couple once their baby arrive?
Listen in and you’ll learn that we all have similar worries, challenges, and experiences as new parents. Knowing what to do beforehand and then if and when things happen is really the key though.
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Julie Sharon is a licensed clinical counselor who offers individual, couples and family therapy at her private practice in Amsterdam. She also is a Gottman Bringing Baby Home educator. After earning her bachelors degree in Psychology at Skidmore College, Julie completed her Masters in Counseling at Webster University. She specializes in working with people transitioning into parenthood who face issues related to pregnancy, birth (trauma) or postpartum adjustment, couples who feel disconnected but want to make things work, and parents who feel overwhelmed by parenthood or who are seeking parenting support. A Dutch-American, Julie speaks Dutch and English fluently and offers her services in both languages. She lives with her husband and two kids in Amsterdam.
You change when you become a parent. We know that.
But how will your relationship change? ‘Cos it will. Know that. Be prepared as much as you can.
Oh this topic is is so needed. So Important yet crazily often overlooked. Gail Bousi shares with us some insights on this fabulous episode.
X Dr Kaz Jaffe
Gail is a Birth Doula and a Postpartum Consultant. With over 20 years of experience working with families, Gail is able to offer a gentle, respectful and nurturing approach to her clients. She welcomes and supports the unique essence that each individual family has, respecting their religion, culture, values, faith, beliefs and lifestyles.
Gail is passionate about empowering women and their partners during pregnancy, birth and in the postpartum period.
Gail understands that going home with a newborn can be filled with a range of new and unfamiliar emotions & feelings! So, in order to be as well prepared as possible, she offers private in home consultations addressing specific issues and concerns, creating a support plan for the postpartum period. She spends time with the family as a whole, respectfully offering options, ideas and strategies. In most cases this is exactly what the new parents need to help them adjust to the many transitions of parenthood.
Gail is also the link between the new couple and professional services.
“This too shall Pass”