https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/how-to-set-boundaries-with-family-after-your-babys-birth If your parents and/or your partner’s parents are still alive, chances are you’re having conversations about what happens after the birth of your baby. And when parents are becoming grandparents for the first time, the intensity is generally heightened. Complex shifts are underway as children become parents and parents become grandparents. As you birthContinue reading “How To Set Boundaries With In-Laws After Your Baby’s Birth”
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I prepared so much for my baby that I forgot to prepare for my own transformation
https://www.mother.ly/life/i-prepared-so-much-for-my-baby-that-i-forgot-to-prepare-for-my-own-transformation “She’s been wailing so much and it breaks my heart to see her like this” I recently complained to my mother, choking back my own tears. She laughed and said, “Well, she’s a baby. You’re a mom now. And your heart will break over and over again every time she’s in pain.” I suppose that sums upContinue reading “I prepared so much for my baby that I forgot to prepare for my own transformation”
How Men’s Bodies Change When they Become Fathers
https://parenting.nytimes.com/health/fatherhood-mens-bodies As an anthropologist who studies human fatherhood at the University of Oxford, I’ve run up against a widespread and deeply ingrained belief among fathers: that because their bodies haven’t undergone the myriad biological changes associated with pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding, they’re not as biologically and psychologically “primed” for caretaking as women are. As aContinue reading “How Men’s Bodies Change When they Become Fathers”
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