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What You Need to Know to Succeed as an Exclusively Pumping Mom

By Katy Huie Harrison, PhD | July 3, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Exclusive pumping is a hard journey, but it has many benefits. Here are 7 tips, + all you need to know about how to exclusively pump.

Looking for Signs After the Loss of a Child

By Katy Huie Harrison, PhD | July 1, 2020 | 0 Comments
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My experience with the loss of a child starts every morning when there’s this moment, a brief fleeting moment, when you first wake up, before you are actually awake, where you don’t immediately focus on your child who died. It’s this brief second where you can maybe forget that your child died, that you are…

How to Decide If You’re Ready to Have a Baby

By Kristen Bergeron | June 30, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Despite all the easy-to-find explanations for exactly when you should have a baby, the reasons to have a baby are actually entirely your own. You see, as women, most of us have been raised under a few basic assumptions, one of the most common of which is that we want to have children. As author…

How to Overcome Working Mom Guilt

By Katy Huie Harrison, PhD | June 26, 2020 | 0 Comments
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There’s a belief that you can have a career OR be a great mom, but not both. This belief causes working mom guilt. A psychologist tells us how to beat it.

Guide to Induction at 37 Weeks: Everything You Need to Know

By Katy Huie Harrison, PhD | June 25, 2020 | 5 Comments

I was 36 1/2 weeks pregnant when I found out I’d have an induced labor at 37 weeks. It was a Wednesday, and my high risk specialist confirmed a preeclampsia diagnosis that we’d expected for weeks. But I was completely unprepared–scratch that, absolutely terrified–when she said I had 4 days to get everything in order…

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