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The first 100 days after birth

The first 100 days after birth

A new baby is an exciting event, but it also comes with a great deal of uncertainty as you take your little bundle home and have to take care of their every need. Doula Donna Bland has some advice for brand new parents. Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting...

Friendships & babies: A balancing act

Friendships & babies: A balancing act

Clinical psychologist and mom of two Dr Jó-Marié Bothma talks about how having a baby can affect your circle of friends, with both losses and gains, but hopefully also some valuable steadfast friendships. Once you become a parent, you need your friends more than ever....

Model mom – your child is watching

Model mom – your child is watching

It doesn’t matter how much you talk – ultimately your child will learn far more from watching your behaviour. Teixeira Murray writes about six things every child should see their mom doing. “Adulting” is already such a difficult task. Add to that becoming a parent,...

Tools to build secure and happy children

Tools to build secure and happy children

Children learn so much from modeling their parents’ behaviour. Guest editor and parenting coach Priyanka Naidoo has some tips on how to be your children’s rock and model the best behaviour for your children. Parenting is difficult and even more so now that we find...

Ways to unwind when you are a new mom

Ways to unwind when you are a new mom

Being a mom isn’t always a bed of roses. Tami-Jade Hall looks at ways you can take care of yourself inbetween seeing to the needs of your brand new little bundle. Laughter is the best medicine Mark Van Vuggt, Ph.D. from Psychology Today says there is recent evidence...

Coping with postnatal depression

Coping with postnatal depression

The joy of giving birth to a child may also come with a dark side: postnatal depression. Clinical psychologist Michelle Nortje gives us the lowdown. For many women, giving birth to a child can come with mixed feelings and mood changes. As much as a child can bring joy...



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