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63: What Women Wish Doctors and Medical Professionals Understood About Maternal Mental Health

There are far too many misconceptions and incorrect stereotypes about maternal mental health. From believing a woman is crazy to labeling her as ungrateful, these judgments prevent women from receiving the help and support that they and deserve to be happy, healthy moms. OBs, pediatricians and other medical providers play a key role in helping women receive the appropriate care as quickly as possible to help them manage postpartum mental health challenges. On this episode, I speak with...


62: How to Take Back Control When You Feel Backed Into a Corner During Infertility or a High-Risk Pregnancy

No matter the circumstances, when you feel like all options are gone and your back is to the wall, we feel extremely frustrated. That frustration can lead to making poor choices, lashing out at loved ones and/or feeling hopeless or worse, falling into a depression. On this episode, I share with you how to take back control during some of the most helpless times of your life. Episode Highlights: What is frustration and how does it build up in our bodies How the stress from frustration...


61: Postpartum Nutrition for Healing

My postpartum looked NOTHING like what I had thought it would, due to the timing of my son’s early birth and the following 109 days spent in NICU. Life was crazy and unpredictable during that time, and my own nutrition was the LAST thing on my mind. I craved the wrong things, didn’t even remember to eat sometimes, and certainly didn’t realize the importance of nutrition in the healing my body was going through after giving birth. I wish I had known THEN what I know NOW! My friend and...


60: Managing Pain Without Medication with Beth Darnall

Even though pain and I are complete enemies, I feel like we are best friends in a way, simply because we know each other so well and I don’t live a day without it. When pain becomes a normal part of your life, then you can’t imagine a day without it and you “just get used to it.” Some people choose to deal with pain with pills, but many of us are forced to consider other options. Are there other options? My guest today is here to share interesting techniques and perspectives that can help...


59: Building Your Postpartum Dream Team

Bringing your baby home from the NICU sounds like its the end of the hard part. But sometimes its even harder to deal with the feelings of loneliness and anxiety. You need t build a postpartum team, just like you need a prenatal team and a NICU team. I'm very excited to introduce this weeks guest, Hannah Chelsey. Hannah is the founder of "The Baby Maven" She helps first time mothers gain the confidence and control they need to feel supported and successful as a parent. She will walk us...


58: Trust

Trust. I want to talk to you today about what it means to trust. Webster defines it as “assured reliance on the character ability strength or truth of someone or something.” Quite a heavy load, but we do it all the time. We trust that the builders made our homes sound. We trust our cars will turn on when we go to work in the morning. We see trust the most when we look at children. Something happens along the way as we get older, we think more critically about what we are putting our trust...


57: It's OK to Not be OK

Sometimes we are in so desperate need of help, that we don't even realize it. That may seem ridiculous, but sometimes we really can feel like we are "doing fine" when really we need support from others. Today I'm joined by Abbi Perets, Founder of She teaches at-home moms how to break into freelance writing. She's going to share her story and how she built her village, her support network of friends and family because when it gets down to it, we all need our...


56: Surviving a Ruptured Ectopic

Ectopic pregnancy is not often talked about, but this happens to many women and can actually be quite dangerous. As someone who has gone through an ectopic pregnancy, it is important for me to talk about this experience, and that we understand how it is different from a miscarriage. In this episode, I will talk more about what an ectopic pregnancy is, share my personal story, and offer some advice and tools you can use if you or someone you know is experiencing this.


55: Words You Use

The words you use can be so powerful for healing if you allow yourself to be exactly where you are. I will never tell you not to say or express the fears and negative thoughts that you are experiencing. I will never tell you that you are not broken because healing can begin wherever you are and however you feel, though many people want to push you forward and make it all nicer. By acknowledging and sharing the emotions that you've been carrying, even if they seem scary or negative, you...


54: What You Should Know if You’ve Experienced Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Today we're going to shed some more light on recurrent pregnancy loss. If you've experienced recurrent pregnancy loss, you know how hard it is to cope with, especially when there is often no reason or explanation for it. Joining us today is Dr. Lora Shahine, Reproductive Endocrinologist, who specializes in recurrent pregnancy loss. She will tell us about what drew her to Reproductive Endocrinology, and share some invaluable information and advice about how to navigate this difficult...


53: How to Manage Guilt and Self Blame

Women going through pregnancy complications know that they didn't do anything to cause their fertility challenges or pregnancy complications, yet our brains are trained to go to a place of guilt and self blame. This is a difficult process, because as humans we want someone or something to blame, but we need to have strategies to prevent this unnecessary guilt from creeping in. In this episode we will talk about how to learn to let the blame go and truly deeply heal.


52: Seeing Double? The Truth about Twins

We often romanticize the idea of having twins, but twins are actually considered a high risk pregnancy. So today to show the true, realistic side of twin pregnancy, we are joined by Brittany Dixon. Brittany Dixon is an organizing and productivity strategist for stressed out and exhausted women entrepreneurs. She's here today to share her experience carrying twins and her own high risk journey.


50: Babyproofing your Career on Bed Rest

While being on bed rest might be necessary for you and your baby physically, your mind can wander and get caught up in all the "what ifs." A question I faced and I know many other women have faced is: "What's going to happen to my career." It can create so much extra anxiety and you don't deserve that. So toady I'm joined by Arianna Taboada, a maternal health consultant, she helps women construct their maternity leave plan and return to work. We're going to talk about how you can babyproof...


49: Alternative Therapies

So much of medicine today is a "one size fits all" approach, and if you've been listening to this podcast for awhile, you know how much I don't believe in "one size fits all." Today I'm going to walk you through a number of alternative therapies that could be beneficial to you if you find yourself experiencing the limitations of modern medicine.


48: What is a Doula?

Today on Delivering Miracles our guest is Lori Bregman, a renowned doula, life coach, healer and author of The Mindful Mom to Be. She's here to explain what exactly a doula is, and how they can help you through your pregnancy journey from fertility, through pregnancy and into motherhood.


47: Why “Don’t Give Up” Is Terrible Advice

"Don't give up." a comment I've heard all the time, through every stage of my journey and I'm sure many other women have heard as well. It's a comment that is meant to be kind and supportive, but it has really rubbed me the wrong way for a long time. Today I want to discuss why I don't like telling people "don't give up." and talk about real advice that can help someone who has lost that hope.


46: Don’t Let Perfection Bring You Down

We often compare our experiences to others and see ours as "imperfect." Today we our guest is Jillian Grover owner of the "Doing away with Perfect" blog. She joins us today to share her imperfect delivery story and to show you that you are not alone, and to change the way you remember what you've been through.


45: Breaking Down Fertility Treatment Options

There is no "one size fits all" solution to fertility treatment. So today I'm going to break down all of the possible options so that you have and idea of which ones are for you. There is no one solutions for everyone, you have to listen to your body.


44: How To Maintain a Healthy Body Image During Infertility & High Risk Pregnancy

In this episode we are joined by Lindsay Stenovec, a San Diego based dietitian nutritionist and owner of Nutrition Instincts who is focused on helping women make peace with food and their bodies. We discuss the importance of maintaining a healthy body image, and how you can support your own body image, especially when your fertility and pregnancy journey are less than ideal.


43: The Biggest Lie Women Tell

There's one particular lie that so many women going through infertility, high-risk pregnancy, prematurity or taking care of children tell themselves and their loved ones. It's so common that we don't even think twice about it. But this lie is one that is affecting not just you but your pregnancy and your health. On this episode, I share with you how to stop telling this life and improve your health and wellness with just a few simple questions.


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