May this meditation help you to process a difficult season and being to allow space for your emotions, whatever they are.
May this meditation help you to notice the patterns that keep you stuck so that you can start to see where you actually do have a choice.
I recently passed the 3 months mark of taking Zoloft for depression. Depression showed up for the first time in my life 6.5 years ago, during my first postpartum season (I wrote
This article was originally published on Whole Mamas. Obviously this topic is near and dear to my heart as a twin mama with a two week NICU stay. Cristal and Christine work with
This article originally lived on the Whole Mamas website. The information in this article was so helpful to me during my second postpartum, so I wanted to host it on my personal website
In my first pregnancy, I did very little to process and prepare for postpartum [http://chelseakimlong.com/wading-through-depression/]. I went in very blind to the realities that might occur around birth trauma and
I spent more time in my first pregnancy preparing for the birth than for all the days that followed. My goal was a natural hospital birth. I read every book and blog post.
My first anxiety attack happened freshman year of college. I laid on the floor in my dorm room and willed myself to breathe, feeling deeply afraid, paralyzed by fear and stress. I was