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Voices of Motherhood 2017 Writing Contest
Our 5th Annual Voices of Motherhood writing contest is open and this year we are Celebrating Canadian Motherhood!
I Was 30 Weeks Pregnant When Doctors Told Me I Had Breast Cancer
I wasn't prepared for the moment I found out I had breast cancer, especially since I was 36 - and 30 weeks pregnant.
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I Am My Mother’s Daughter, and that Scares Me Most of All
Ain’t no one happy if mama ain’t happy, but all that runs through my mind is, “Why are you so selfish?”
We're Making Too Much Out of Netflix's "13 Reasons Why"
If something is a molehill, don’t make a mountain out of it.
Natasha Sharma, CCPA
Do I Regret the Decision I Made to Become a Mom? Some Days, Yes.
It wasn’t until after the nurses came and went that I started to wonder if, like me, other moms were “faking it til they make it.”
It's Okay to Hate Being a Mom Your First Weeks
My first days, even weeks, of being a new mom are a blur to me: a healthy dose of fear mixed in with an equal amount of regret.
I May Have Post Partum Anxiety, but Post Partum Anxiety Doesn't Have Me
Will people understand? How could they? I don’t even understand.
We Need to Stop Making New Moms Suffer Postpartum Depression in Silence
Postpartum depression doesn’t discriminate.
If Everyone at Home is Happy but You, They've Got a Problem
This culture of the woman and mom-martyr is bullsh*t and we need to put it to bed.
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If You're Eating Your Placenta, All Bets on Health and Safety Are Off
This "mainstream" practice has no evidence of benefits, no safety standards, and little research done on risks.
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