How to Prepare For Postpartum to Heal Properly with Natalie Telyatnikov
Natalie Telyatnikov is the creator and founder of Better Postpartum, an 8 week holistic wellness program featuring interviews with homebirth midwives, doulas, lactation consultants, nutritionists, postpartum support specialists, baby sleep consultants, and more.
They have one goal in mind: To tell you how YOU can improve your postpartum experience.
As a highly creative, dynamic and social individual, Natalie found that not going beyond her role at home left her feeling unfilled.
This motivated her to build her business and help other moms alleviate any struggles of early motherhood.
Natalie shares with us how “community givers her immunity from feeling isolated and depressed.” And we certainly agree- community is everything!
The Unspoken Topic
- Education is a solution! When you educate yourself, you are better equipped to understand what you are going through, which makes all the difference.
What We Cover
- The number one way to prepare yourself for postpartum.
- The wildest tip that helped women with postpartum depression feel better after just one hour.
- The rise of the feminine and how it’s a beautiful time to be a woman.
Take a Listen >>
- It’s hard to self-identify with your experience how much you are actually struggling.
- Community offers immunity. Talking to people is really helpful.
- Education is a solution because you can anticipate how you’re going to feel and what you can do about it.
- In a recent study, 80% of women who were diagnosed with postpartum depression reported feeling better after receiving just 1 hour of education.
- The rise of the feminine is here and women are living in that space, so now is the time to really educate and empower women with what is going on with their bodies.
- Having awareness that you are not well is what starts the healing process.
- Culture doesn’t tell us they value being a woman so it’s hard for us to accept our femininity.
- Sleep deprivation does cause depression and anxiety.
- In order for you to practice true self-care, you need to truly practice self-love. That way you won’t feel guilty when you are caring for yourself.
How to Prepare for Postpartum
- Better Postpartum is an 8-week program that offers just 5-10 minutes of education per day.
- The optimal to start learning about postpartum is 8-12 weeks before your due date.
Hardest Decision To Make as a Mom
- Deciding to have another child after her first baby because she was really afraid to recreate the postpartum experience she had.
Most Excited About
- She just got invited to be a TEDx speaker!
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Mama Has a Minute
- Favorite form of self-care: Work! She is so passionate about her work that it is a form of self-care.
- Best parenting advice ever received: You can’t pour from an empty cup. And nothing in nature blooms all year long- be patient with yourself.
- Share your favorite parenting hack: Are there parenting hacks?! Pass!
- Recommend one baby/ kid product you cannot live without: The Electronic Swing.
- Share your favorite book and why: The First Forty Days
- What motherhood means to you: Motherhood is a beautiful opportunity to dive into yourself and to look at all the places where you are stuck and where you need to be healed.
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