Posts Tagged ‘Relationships’

Five Sweet Ideas for Remembering Someone You Love

You hopefully have plenty of lovely people in your life. Friends and family can be an amazing support network when it comes to dealing with tough times and sharing the joy of the good times.

Valentine's Day Assortment

It is important that you occasionally remember your loved ones and let them know how much they mean for you.

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Research review: Feelings about losing your virginity

Different people view loss of virginity differently (istock:Yuri)

Different people view loss of virginity differently (istock:Yuri)

In our culture, there are many emotional, social and psychological connotations surrounding loss of virginity and these are heavily influenced by gender.  Losing your virginity is a personal emotional milestone. There’s been very little formal research about how people feel about losing their virginity. Here’s an overview of two studies that extend our knowledge about how people feel about losing their virginity.

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Five Ways to Bolster Your Marriage After Miscarriage

Istock/Bosca. Do you feel disconnected from your partner?

Istock/Bosca. Do you feel disconnected from your partner?

Losing a baby through miscarriage or stillbirth leads causes an increase in suffering, including disbelief, grief, shock, denial, anger, sadness and anxiety. These strong and primal emotions can take a toll on your marriage relationship. Recent research published by Dr. Katherine Gold and her colleagues in the journal, Pediatrics, indicates that couples who experience miscarriage or stillbirth have a greater chance of divorce than couples who experience the live birth of a child.

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Supporting Families in Loving Relationships

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So, I’m back from my August Sunshine Break from the BirthTouch® blog.

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#PSIBLOG Hop Guest Post: Comparing Scars

Guest Post Today! Elly Taylor!

Today I have the honor of hosting Elly Taylor’s deeply felt and informative work. Elly discusses the slow emotional changes in her internal and marital emotional landscapes as she and her husband navigated the transition to parenthood, maturing together as individuals and as a couple. Elly Taylor is an Aussie! She is a relationship counsellor and the author of Becoming Us: Loving, Learning and Growing Together.

Elly Taylor- Author and Relationship Counsellor

Elly Taylor- Author and Relationship Counsellor

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Valentines Post – And Baby Makes A Family

 You remember the intensity at the beginning of your relationship: you were enveloped in an intense, highly sexual relationship; finishing sentences for each other, craving his body against yours. You ate out when you felt like it, had fun cooking together, and spontaneously escaped to romantic getaways. A life of freedom and fun!

Then, you and your partner planned to start a family together! Baby sex was heavenly. No need for birth control. The primal feeling of making love to have offspring was intoxicating. And when you found you were pregnant! The excitement!

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Greetings and welcome to being a mom?

Welcome to my blog, Musings about Moms,Marriage, and Mental Health! As a result of my own life experiences,I hope to reach out to people transitioning to parenthood feel that there are many safe and valid ways to parent. Becoming a mother was at ime of great maturation for me; a time of extreme emotionality,postpartum depression, loneliness and joy mixed together. With great pain came fertile ground for long-term personal growth, and this can be the case for others as well.

It is the best kept secret ever, and it is right in front of my nose! I was thirty-six years old when Will was born, and I had never even changed a diaper! I did not know that having a baby would cause a seismic shift in my core self-identity and feelings of self-worth.I did not truly understand what type of pressure it would put on my husband as he turned into the sole breadwinner. I didn’t fully grasphow vulnerable a woman becomes after having a baby. From personal experience, I finally understood the true personal price (and joys)of motherhood, how small the safety net is in America, and how devalued are both mothering and parenting.

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