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Postpartum can be a difficult and very isolating time of life. That’s why building your village of support ahead of time is so incredibly important. But what do you do when your village is also in isolation? How can you and your partner support yourselves and each other during these times? Perinatal relationship specialist Elly Taylor has answers. Go listen.
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What we talked about:
Why preparing for postpartum shouldn’t be an afterthought
The three aspects that require the most tending during postpartum
Managing your postpartum expectations (with yourself and each other)
Communication and conflict during postpartum
How worldwide isolation affects postpartum families
The problem with trying to fit your baby into your life
Anxiety and conflict
Blame and judgment
Self-care and checking in
Creating your village of support during times of social distancing
What causes parental burnout and what does it look like?
What parents can do to minimize or recover from burnout
How parents can support each other during these times
Asking for what you need
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Elly Taylor is a perinatal relationship specialist, author, and founder of Becoming Us. Elly’s passion is supporting the mental, emotional, and relationship wellbeing of expectant and new mothers, fathers, and partners, so they have the groundwork for growing happy and healthy families. She lives in Sydney with her husband, their three children, and a bunch of pets.
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