The most serious mental illness related to childbearing.
Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA says, "I’m often asked why we need to highlight health issues among African-Americans."
Mother and baby deserve to be at the center of the childbirth care model.
I’m thinking, says Teresa Pitman, you probably don’t need to be convinced of your need to be mothered as you make your own giant leap into motherhood.
There was nothing from the phone call that warned me it was an emergency.
A review of our new book, Under One Sky by Chris Auer
"Black women know what’s wrong with our maternal health-care system, but no-one is listening to what they have to say."
Olivia was unable to suck or swallow. I didn't have a script for what to do next.
If you experienced a traumatic birth, I’d recommend steering clear of these folks for a while. They don’t get it and you don’t need their brand of “help” right now.
While an extra pair of hands can be welcome, some visitors may bring advice and comments that are not at all helpful
Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett interviews Dr. Diane Sanford, author of Stress Less, Live Better, on how mindfulness can teach you to be compassionate towards yourself or towards others during these types of situations.
In this podcast, Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett interviews Dr. Diane Sanford, author of Stress Less, Live Better, on how mindfulness can be used during this time to help ease a mother's mind and mood.
Dr Kathleen Kendall-Tackett and Dr. Diane Sanford discuss how mindfulness techniques can be used during pregnancy and childbirth.