Postpartum Parenting: From Primitive Instincts to Protective Modern Parenting

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The relationship between our ancient protective instincts and postpartum anxiety in modern parenting is complex. While anxiety serves as a beneficial vigilance, it can also be overwhelming and inhibit our ability to parent.


Working Remotely with Kids: Balancing Work and Childcare

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As many parents know, working from home can be a challenge, especially when you have children. You are trying to juggle work, childcare, and finding time for yourself. Today, Doctor Carly Snyder shares some time-tested tips and tricks that will help make this transition easier.   Schedule Calls and Work During Naps If your child


Self-Care Tips for New Mothers Who Are Breastfeeding

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By contributor, Stephanie Haywood New mothers often have a lot of stress, and they may feel they don’t have time to take care of themselves. A breastfeeding mother may feel her hormones are all over the place, and she doesn’t know where to begin.  The first few weeks of breastfeeding are confusing for everyone and can be stressful


Dr. Priya Prashad | Wouldn’t It Be Nice To Sleep Like a Baby? | Oct 20th, 2021 | MD for Moms Radio

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Dr. Carly Snyder interviews Dr. Priya Prashad about sleep issues and how to optimize sleep on her radio show/podcast MD for Moms on 10/20/2021 at 1-2 pm ET – call w/questions 866-451-1451