Have you experienced feelings of irritation, anxiety, anger, disgust, revulsion and a strong desire to unlatch when breastfeeding? Possibly during pregnancy, tandem nursing or around ovulation? This episode is all about breastfeeding aversion and you might relate!
Almost anything is normal when it comes to your period after birth and while breastfeeding. Some people get it back quickly and others can take a long time. Your situation is unique to your body and it’s all variations of normal!
Are you struggling with anxiety or depression while breastfeeding? Have you been told that medications are not an option? It’s likely that your care provider does not have information about lactation and medications because usually it is totally safe.
What could possibly be better for the world than normalizing the sight of parents breastfeeding their children? It is an act of loving nurturance that humanizes us. It makes me irate that we live in a society that makes many people uncomfortable to breastfeed in public. We’re sharing tips and dropping some F bombs on this week’s episode of the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast.
Have you ever heard breastfeeding advice so bad that the only thing to do with it is flush it down the toilet?
Are you thinking about taking birth control? Are you worried about how it will affect your milk supply? Are you trying to figure out which type of birth control is best for you? Listen up!
Have you ever been told that your baby isn’t fat enough? Have you wondered if your milk has enough fat in it? Have you been told to transition to cow’s milk or formula because it is fattier?
Have you ever been told that your baby should be sleeping through the night? Did you know that your baby isn’t actually developmentally ready to do that? Did you know that nighttime milk has special benefits to it?
Have you been criticized for breastfeeding your child on demand? Have you been told you are creating bad habits? Did you know that breastfeeding is SO much more than food?!
Ads do far more than tell us what to buy. They tell us what to expect and demand from people and ourselves. They set cultural norms and change the way we think.