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The New Mother: Taking Care of Yourself After Birth

After giving birth, you need to take good care of yourself to rebuild your strength. You will need plenty of rest, good nutrition, and help during the first few weeks.

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My Husband and I Just Became Foster Parents—Here’s What It’s Really Like

For one writer, the process has been an emotional roller coaster.

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The Quest to ‘Have It All’ Isn’t New. History Is Full of Mothers Who Changed the World While Taking Care of Their Children

History is full of mothers who reached beyond the domestic sphere—courageous women who overcame societal barriers and changed the world for people far beyond their own children.

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This Mom’s Viral Video Shows the Absurdity of Calling the Basic Needs of Moms ‘Self-Care’

PSA: Pooping with the door closed is not relaxing “me time”—it’s the bare minimum.

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Therapist Says: Alone Time for Moms Is a Necessity, Not an Indulgence

“Self-care” is having a real cultural moment. But when you’re a mom, trying to find the time to focus on yourself and only yourself can feel downright impossible.

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The Best Thing I Do for Self-Care? Spend Less Time with My Kids

Spending less time with my children doesn’t mean I love them any less. I spend less time with them because I love them. Taking time out for self-care allows me to be a better mom.

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Putting Your Family First Doesn’t Make You a Better Mom

78% of moms put their family’s health before their own. The author says that’s bull.

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Neglecting Yourself Doesn’t Make You a Better Mother

Showering and eating regularly can be a form of self-care.

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Surprising Facts and Research About Stay-at-Home Moms

There's no shortage of opinions about women who stay home to raise their kids. But what does research say? The top seven findings research has discovered about stay-at-home moms may surprise you.

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How Adult Children Affect Their Mother’s Happiness

Plenty of moms feel something less than unmitigated joy around their grown-up kids. Make sure yours feels that she’s getting as much out of her relationship with you as she gives.

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