As mums we are no strangers to tiredness. Some of us are dealing with more of it with the babies and toddlers who haven’t yet settled into a sleeping pattern but all of us share a tiredness that can take over our day and make just getting up the only task we can achieve.
Maybe you have heard people talking about this on the internet or have just been told by your doctor that this is what is going on with your tummy muscles. You may be left feeling worried about what this means for you and what you can do about it. In the first of this blog series this month I thought I would go into a little more detail on Diastasis Recti (or maybe simply put to you as muscle separation.)
Relationships are important. The ones with ourselves, our children, our parents, our friends and our partner.
Today on my 8th wedding anniversary I want to talk to you about your partner relationship and why it is important for your health.
As new parents together life is new, overwhelming and for many the happiest times of our lives. Why is it that 67% of new parents feel dissatisfied with their relationship when they bring the baby home?
I am stating the glaringly obvious here but we have a major problem with body image and the impact this is having on our health. This is affecting us all in some way, whether be personally or our children and we all have a duty to change this for all of us. Some of the stats out there so upsetting and quite frankly horrific.