Sleep: Every Modern Parent’s Fantasy I remember the feeling, the sheer desperation coursing through me as I woke up, as mothers do, anticipating her cry from the co-sleeper next to our bed. I looked at the clock – 3:30am. I had 6 patients booked that day and the demands of my professional life were growing
Grassroots Awareness At lunch with publishing wheeler-dealers discussing the state of affairs in women’s mental health, a soft-spoken pregnant woman seated to my left turned to me and said: “I know this is off-topic, but what do you think of the Gardasil vaccine? I know a 25 year old who got it and hasn’t been
Antibiotics and the management of pregnancy and birth “They told me I’ll need IV antibiotics because I had GBS my last pregnancy.“ I could feel Catherine’s confusion as it swirled with her near desperate desire to be cared for by a trusted authority – her obstetrician. Many women, even most, have been stripped of their compass.
One of my FearlessParent partners, Cornelia, shared this post by Bethany Webster with me, and I found it to be such a profound exploration of the ripple effects of the patriarchal structure we have been acculturated to over the past several thousand years. See if you agree… About the Mother Wound Author: © Bethany Webster 2013 more @ http://womboflight.com What
emfWhile I have grave concerns about pharmaceuticals, I recognize that as long as we have a choice to engage the medical model, we should be relatively more invested in the involuntary exposures we accumulate everyday – from industrial chemicals to glyphosate to technological pollution. At this point in our rush toward greater and greater mechanistic