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Gently transformative ideas for a happier body


‘Asking for help can feel uncomfortable because we often hold deep-rooted beliefs that needing assistance means we are failing somehow. Modern motherhood, with its multifaceted demands, requires us to shift this belief and be kinder to ourselves. Oscar Serrallach, the doctor who coined the phrase ‘postnatal depletion’ says asking for help is a vital skill. He suggests we be specific about what we require and don’t fall into the trap of offering help to others, but never receiving it.’ Zoe Blaskey, creator, The Motherkind Podcast @motherkind_zoe

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