Postpartum depression and anxiety can look different for everyone. Here is what it looked like for me and some tools I used to better navigate this season.
After giving birth, hormones are fluctuating and a lot of physical and emotional changes are happening. Here’s how to know if you’re experiencing the baby blues or postpartum depression, and what to do in the meantime.
Did you know that you will experience a fourth trimester in pregnancy? It’s the unspoken season that we most often refer to as postpartum. But the truth is, it is just as important as the previous three trimesters—it is a season of deep growth, change, and identity! Learn the steps of my PEACE Method to prepare for a victorious postpartum season.
We don’t talk about postpartum nearly enough. So after going through a tough postpartum season, I endeavored to find keys, solutions, and ways to support fellow moms through theirs. Here’s everything I wish I had known at the time.
This past January (2021), I gave birth to my second daughter, Jubilee. This is the story of how her birth brought redemption to my previous labor and delivery experience.
In Part 1 of the series on Victorious Birth, we talked about the importance of shifting our mindset toward birth from one focused on specific outcomes and our performance during birth to being grounded in God’s presence and His truth. A key component for making this mental shift is exchanging fear for truth. How Fear…
It’s easy to forget that birth rarely goes exactly according to plan. So how do we plan for victorious birth without focusing too much on outcomes? It all starts with mindset.