The experience of baby loss is hushed up in today’s society, but it is important that we talk about it otherwise things won’t change for future generations of parents.
With social media as it is, the pressure to be the perfect shape and body has never been greater than as it now.
So, why do so many of us take our work away with us? It’s probably fair to say, that most of us would rather not take our work but somehow we feel pressured to do so. Who’s putting on the pressure?
Self care is so underrated, but it is actually really, really important. Here we delve, what we can do and what we probably shouldn’t do.
Having a baby is a life changing event. An event which society tells us is the most joyous time of our life. Be happy, embrace our changing bodies, as we blossom and glow…but what is we don’t?
At the moment I’m doing a Diploma in Eating Disorders. I work with Cruse Bereavement Care and with East Kent Rape Crisis Centre as a Volunteer Counsellor, along side seeing clients on a private basis. Am I still a midwife? Yes, I return to the hospital to spend time with parents…
This is a thought for all of us who like to rescue people or fix them. Just ask yourself the question, does that person really want my help? Or am I getting in the way?