Kristy Prodorutti

Kristy Prodorutti

Kristy is a Registered Nurse with a Master’s in Nursing and has spent her career as a nurse in the Maternity ward. When I had my first child I felt as though there was no better way to enter into motherhood than to have the knowledge and training that I had. But then I became a mother. I started feeling anxious. The relationship with my husband took a turn. I didn’t recognize my own body. I missed my extra bubbly self at social events.
Much of the research dedicated to postpartum depression and anxiety has found a close link to the societal pressures of perfection and, the totally unattainable, expectations of motherhood. With this in mind, I started journaling, researching, and brainstorming strategies that would support all mothers. We must talk about raw truths of motherhood, share our stories to help prepare mothers-to-be to the best of their ability, break down the expectations of perfection, find and create support in our communities, and construct a world that helps mothers take better care of their babies by focusing on better care for themselves.
This book is my journey. It illustrates my struggles. It explains my learning curves. And it offers strategies to help you and your beautiful family stay healthy mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. I hope when you read it, it puts a smile on your face, confidence in your mind, and strength in your soul. Enjoy.

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