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Who Benefits More?
When I first organized a “meetup” (Central CT New Parent Resources) over three years ago for expectant and new parents, I did it because I had a passion for supporting perinatal adjustment and believed that this group would help new parents connect with support from each other and community professionals. At the beginning, there were Continue Reading »
Beat the Odds: Your Marriage CAN be even BETTER after Baby!
Many researchers have found that marital satisfaction decreases after the transition to parenthood. Dr. John Gottman observed that a whopping 67% of couples were unhappy with their relationship after their babies arrived! The foundation of the family is the parent relationship. If that partnership suffers, each individual in the family, particularly the baby, suffers. To Continue Reading »
From We to Three Workshop Now Offered to New Parents!
The MomSource’s focus of helping expectant parents has a new venue! We are again offering our workshop “From We to Three” , this time to new parents, with an infant less than a year old. We received requests to offer this to not only expectant parents, but those who already have babies, so we are Continue Reading »
American Baby Looks at PPD
The March Issue of “American Baby” highlights “the secret sadness” following births in an article by Alexa Joy Sherman. Ms Sherman discusses both the common “baby blues” and the symptoms of postpartum depression, which afflicts up to 20% of new mothers and fathers. Check out this informative article, which includes quotes from Dr. Thomason as Continue Reading »