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Kim Morley, a mother and midwife from Hampshire, UK, explores her personal experience of sudden, unexpected disablement and her subsequent fears and expectations for pregnancy and parenthood.
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Katina Wright, a mother with multiple sclerosis from Cornwall, UK, discusses her experience of parental guilt and the importance of celebrating and utilising the ‘can dos’.
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Karen Mountney describes the Scottish partnership project, About Families, which brings together evidence on parenting topics and makes it available to voluntary and public sector agencies to help inform their service planning so the needs of parents...
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Things were going so well. I was fighting to be back in my son's life. Having weekly supervised contact with him. I have severe mental illness. It doesn't affect my judgement but it makes social interaction painfully stressful, and it's painfully...
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Hello! My name is Olivia and I am a journalist and radio producer at the BBC. I am working on a story about infertility. I want to hear from women with different perspectives about their experiences, how best to support women going through this and h...
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Hi I am an Occupational Therapist, parent to two small children and registered Yoga and Pregnancy Yoga Teacher. I am keen to launch (and am in the very early planning stages) an accessible pregnancy/post natal yoga/movement based class for pare...
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I am a student health visitor completing a project on how health visitors can best support parents with a learning disability. I am focusing mainly on the assessment of parenting capacity. The aim is to improve the assessment process so that streng...
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