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Saying 'No' with Love: A Guide to Creating a Postpartum Sanctuary

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Treść dostarczona przez Jojo Hogan. Cała zawartość podcastów, w tym odcinki, grafika i opisy podcastów, jest przesyłana i udostępniana bezpośrednio przez Jojo Hogan lub jego partnera na platformie podcastów. Jeśli uważasz, że ktoś wykorzystuje Twoje dzieło chronione prawem autorskim bez Twojej zgody, możesz postępować zgodnie z procedurą opisaną tutaj https://pl.player.fm/legal.

Ever wondered about the delicate balance of welcoming visitors into the postpartum space? In this episode of the Slow Postpartum Podcast, we dive into the intricacies, joys and challenges of having friends and family as visitors in the postpartum space. I'm Jojo Hogan, your host and founder of the Slow Postpartum movement. Join me in this episode as we unravel the dynamics of creating a sacred and supportive space for new parents and their babies so that they are able to ease into this transformational yet often challenging time of their lives.

What I talk about:

  • The Importance of Postpartum Planning.
  • Navigating Visitors in the Postpartum Space: discussing the challenges and joys of having friends and family as visitors in the weeks following birth. Encouraging the creation of a postpartum sanctuary that is sacred, supported, and safe.
  • Setting Boundaries and Prioritising Emotional Support: emphasising the need for a supportive circle that understands and empathises with the varied emotions of new parents.
  • The Role of Visitors as Servants: introducing the concept that visitors in the postpartum are there to serve and support the new family not be waited on themselves!
  • The Right to Say No: empowering new parents to assert their rights to set boundaries and control the postpartum environment.

Stay tuned for more Slow Postpartum wisdom, and feel free to explore additional resources on postpartum nutrition in my cookbook, "The Slow Postpartum Kitchen." Purchase it here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/courses/slow-postpartum-kitchen-ebook⁠

If you have enjoyed this podcast, I'd be so grateful if you would Like & Subscribe now. And do connect with me on social media at @slowpostpartum.

I can't wait to share more insights and empower you on your postpartum adventure.

Find more about my work here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/⁠

Download my Free Guide “Five ways to holistically support postpartum families for doulas and birthworkers” here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/f/five-ways-pdf⁠

Join the Art of Slow Postpartum Training for Doulas and Birthworkers waitlist here:

⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/f/group-training-wait-list⁠

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Ever wondered about the delicate balance of welcoming visitors into the postpartum space? In this episode of the Slow Postpartum Podcast, we dive into the intricacies, joys and challenges of having friends and family as visitors in the postpartum space. I'm Jojo Hogan, your host and founder of the Slow Postpartum movement. Join me in this episode as we unravel the dynamics of creating a sacred and supportive space for new parents and their babies so that they are able to ease into this transformational yet often challenging time of their lives.

What I talk about:

  • The Importance of Postpartum Planning.
  • Navigating Visitors in the Postpartum Space: discussing the challenges and joys of having friends and family as visitors in the weeks following birth. Encouraging the creation of a postpartum sanctuary that is sacred, supported, and safe.
  • Setting Boundaries and Prioritising Emotional Support: emphasising the need for a supportive circle that understands and empathises with the varied emotions of new parents.
  • The Role of Visitors as Servants: introducing the concept that visitors in the postpartum are there to serve and support the new family not be waited on themselves!
  • The Right to Say No: empowering new parents to assert their rights to set boundaries and control the postpartum environment.

Stay tuned for more Slow Postpartum wisdom, and feel free to explore additional resources on postpartum nutrition in my cookbook, "The Slow Postpartum Kitchen." Purchase it here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/courses/slow-postpartum-kitchen-ebook⁠

If you have enjoyed this podcast, I'd be so grateful if you would Like & Subscribe now. And do connect with me on social media at @slowpostpartum.

I can't wait to share more insights and empower you on your postpartum adventure.

Find more about my work here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/⁠

Download my Free Guide “Five ways to holistically support postpartum families for doulas and birthworkers” here: ⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/f/five-ways-pdf⁠

Join the Art of Slow Postpartum Training for Doulas and Birthworkers waitlist here:

⁠https://slowpostpartum.com/f/group-training-wait-list⁠

  continue reading

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