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How the Quality of Attachment Affects Security in Relationships

Secure babies, in general, expect the mother is present to keep them safe and will be there whenever she is needed.

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Omega-3s and Mental Health: Can Fats Make You Happy?

Pregnant and postpartum women are especially likely to be deficient in Omega-3s.

9 Stupid Things People Say to Women Who’ve Experienced a Traumatic Birth

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.

Should Mothers Avoid Nighttime Breastfeeding to Decrease their Risk of Depression?

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett examines who gets more sleep and who is at risk for depression with reference to nighttime sleep.

Light Therapy to Treat Depression in Pregnant and Postpartum Women

Is light therapy a suitable treatment for pregnant and postpartum women? Kathleen Kendall-Tackett looks at the research.

Preventing Seasonal Affective Disorder

An infographic to create awareness about seasonal affective disorder.

Are You Little Miss Perfect?

Do you strive to be perfect?

Sexual Assault Survivors and Breastfeeding

Can we assume that women who have been sexually assaulted won't want to breastfeed?

The Insecure Selfie

On International Day of the Girl, we look at how insecure girls may view themselves.

Why We Learn How to Form Relationships

Attachment bonds and the parenting spectrum.

How Bright Light Therapy Helps Seasonal Affective Disorder

Do you dread the shorter, darker days that come as the nights draw in? Kathleen Kendall-Tackett looks at how and why light therapy can bring relief.

High Intervention Birth and Mother’s Mood

Are pregnant women unwittingly exposing themselves to risk during labor?

It’s Not Me, It’s Us: Our Relationship’s Roots of Depression

A life relationship review for those struggling with depression.

Mental Health and the Breastfeeding Mother

The more options that mothers have, the more likely they are to find a treatment (or a combination) that works for them.

Why Breastfeeding Is Good for Moms Too

We hear plenty about breastfeeding benefits for babies: what's in it for mom?

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