Follow me to Mama’s Comfort Camp?

Things have been quiet around here. That’s because I’ve been busy with the Another check my portal thing you will enjoy when you seek for such help from us includes on time delivery.Mama’s Comfort Camp.
Do you know about the 
It’s where I share my Self-Kindness work with hundreds of moms from around the world, in a responsive, interactive refueling station you can access from anywhere, anytime, via a private facebook group.

Mama’s Comfort Camp is free and open to moms of kids of any age, from moms of newborns to grandmothers and every stage in between.
We discuss many parenting choices and styles without judgment and  that mothers feel safe enough to talk about the darker sides of motherhood: the anxiety and worry, postpartum depression, guilt, perfectionism, PMS and menstrual woes, , relationship struggles…

There are over 800 moms at the Mama’s Comfort Camp. And there’s a website too, which is where I publish my new writings, .

Just a few more words about the transition from PPD to Joy to Mama’s Comfort Camp:

When I named this blog PPD to Joy, I thought I had a good name.
Short, catchy, and descriptive of my journey.
I didn’t realize the name was getting in the way, that it was problematic.
Turns out it was very problematic.
Twice.
The first problem was the PPD: so many mothers don’t want anything to do with the label.
This problem was not that hard to recognize.
The second problem was Joy. This was harder to recognize, but over time it became clear that some of the depressed mothers I was interacting with felt that joy was so completely out of their reach, it was so far behind, and they felt so guilty (and thus undeserving of joy) that they couldn’t identify with the name PPD to Joy, it contained a cognitive dissonance that prevented many moms from benefitting from my efforts.

I also felt that the blog was a bit lonely.
I’d write, and people were moved by my words, but most of the time I didn’t even know who was here. It became clear that it would be good to change the name, and the framework.

Then the and I dreamed up Mama’s Comfort Camp: the online refueling station for moms.
The name was inviting: what mama would object to getting comfort? And there’s no reason to avoid admitting if you don’t have enough of that. And the structure was better. We created a 24/7/365 interactive forum accessible from anywhere. And beautiful things have been happening there since.

Moms need all the support, community, and comfort we can get.
So I invite you to follow me to the facebook group for sharing, stomping, hugging, learning, and brainstorming with mothers from around the world. Because the hard stuff gets easier when we share.

Hugs,

Yael

 

World Mental Health Day 2012

Today, writers, bloggers and speakers around the world are talking about mental health. The World Mental Health Organization chose to focus this year on depression. Twitter and Facebook will be full of awareness-raising and stigma-busting. I love the power of the internet to do that. Let’s Change the cultural conversation together. If you are struggling today…

Comfort in Numbers: 41, 2, 300…

Two years ago today, I started this blog Last year, on my 40th birthday, which was also my first “blogaversary”, I posted this: When I was younger, I really wanted people to think I was beautiful, then I wanted them to think of me as smart, then I wanted to be funny, now I just…

Split Personality

You should do some research about what the school offers https://www.essaysheaven.com well and the things that sets your choice apart from those of others.I just love this brave guest post from Jenny. We met online at #ppdchat (where she is a regular), and I got to hear her wonderful voice (the girl can sing!) through…

The Woman who Mothered me.

Mati is my miracle. Today is her birthday.  This is my story (and I’m sticking to it): After my birth-mother lost her life to postpartum depression when I was 6, she went up to heaven and searched for the best step-mother ever. Mina found Mati. She sent Mati to us, and we all fell in…

Imperfect at BlogHer

I’m on the bus to NYC. I’m going to BlogHer. The mother of all blogging conferences. It’s my first time going to something like this. And I’m nervous. And despite my best efforts, so much of what was supposed to happen before I go, didn’t. In this case you anschreiben ghostwriter have to look on…

Andrea’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 9)

I’m so happy to have Andrea here , guest posting with her very own Rainy Day Letter. Andrea blogs at  (Are you new here? A Rainy Day Letter is a message you write to yourself when you are having a good day, so you can read it on your bad days. It’s like a helping…

Susan’s Story

I am so honored to have Susan’s trust with this post. Susan  (  on twitter ) is a member of my   group, and her insights and sweetness always inspire me. She shared her lovely with us last year, and she bloggs at  – – – Of all the things I regret about my time with postpartum depression and…

Amy’s Anxiety tips.

Look, my friend Amy is visiting us today, with her story of anxiety, and what works for her to combat it.   Yes, Amy is someone who combats her anxiety, and it works for her. My work of Permission-Based Healing is all about moving away from a stance of fighting anxiety to applying Self-Kindness skills…

Climbing Out of the Pit of Pain

My gosh, Kristin ( ) is here with this inspiring tender guest post! I love this woman, and I am honored to have her at my .  Kristin is a stay-at-home mom, writer and social media marketer. She blogs at  .  She resides with her husband and one-year-old son in a university residence hall, where her…

Follow me to Mama’s Comfort Camp?

Things have been quiet around here. That’s because I’ve been busy with the Another check my portal thing you will enjoy when you seek for such help from us includes on time delivery.Mama’s Comfort Camp.
Do you know about the 
It’s where I share my Self-Kindness work with hundreds of moms from around the world, in a responsive, interactive refueling station you can access from anywhere, anytime, via a private facebook group.

Mama’s Comfort Camp is free and open to moms of kids of any age, from moms of newborns to grandmothers and every stage in between.
We discuss many parenting choices and styles without judgment and  that mothers feel safe enough to talk about the darker sides of motherhood: the anxiety and worry, postpartum depression, guilt, perfectionism, PMS and menstrual woes, , relationship struggles…

There are over 800 moms at the Mama’s Comfort Camp. And there’s a website too, which is where I publish my new writings, .

Just a few more words about the transition from PPD to Joy to Mama’s Comfort Camp:

When I named this blog PPD to Joy, I thought I had a good name.
Short, catchy, and descriptive of my journey.
I didn’t realize the name was getting in the way, that it was problematic.
Turns out it was very problematic.
Twice.
The first problem was the PPD: so many mothers don’t want anything to do with the label.
This problem was not that hard to recognize.
The second problem was Joy. This was harder to recognize, but over time it became clear that some of the depressed mothers I was interacting with felt that joy was so completely out of their reach, it was so far behind, and they felt so guilty (and thus undeserving of joy) that they couldn’t identify with the name PPD to Joy, it contained a cognitive dissonance that prevented many moms from benefitting from my efforts.

I also felt that the blog was a bit lonely.
I’d write, and people were moved by my words, but most of the time I didn’t even know who was here. It became clear that it would be good to change the name, and the framework.

Then the and I dreamed up Mama’s Comfort Camp: the online refueling station for moms.
The name was inviting: what mama would object to getting comfort? And there’s no reason to avoid admitting if you don’t have enough of that. And the structure was better. We created a 24/7/365 interactive forum accessible from anywhere. And beautiful things have been happening there since.

Moms need all the support, community, and comfort we can get.
So I invite you to follow me to the facebook group for sharing, stomping, hugging, learning, and brainstorming with mothers from around the world. Because the hard stuff gets easier when we share.

Hugs,

Yael

 

World Mental Health Day 2012

Today, writers, bloggers and speakers around the world are talking about mental health. The World Mental Health Organization chose to focus this year on depression. Twitter and Facebook will be full of awareness-raising and stigma-busting. I love the power of the internet to do that. Let’s Change the cultural conversation together. If you are struggling today…

Comfort in Numbers: 41, 2, 300…

Two years ago today, I started this blog Last year, on my 40th birthday, which was also my first “blogaversary”, I posted this: When I was younger, I really wanted people to think I was beautiful, then I wanted them to think of me as smart, then I wanted to be funny, now I just…

Split Personality

You should do some research about what the school offers https://www.essaysheaven.com well and the things that sets your choice apart from those of others.I just love this brave guest post from Jenny. We met online at #ppdchat (where she is a regular), and I got to hear her wonderful voice (the girl can sing!) through…

The Woman who Mothered me.

Mati is my miracle. Today is her birthday.  This is my story (and I’m sticking to it): After my birth-mother lost her life to postpartum depression when I was 6, she went up to heaven and searched for the best step-mother ever. Mina found Mati. She sent Mati to us, and we all fell in…

Imperfect at BlogHer

I’m on the bus to NYC. I’m going to BlogHer. The mother of all blogging conferences. It’s my first time going to something like this. And I’m nervous. And despite my best efforts, so much of what was supposed to happen before I go, didn’t. In this case you anschreiben ghostwriter have to look on…

Andrea’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 9)

I’m so happy to have Andrea here , guest posting with her very own Rainy Day Letter. Andrea blogs at  (Are you new here? A Rainy Day Letter is a message you write to yourself when you are having a good day, so you can read it on your bad days. It’s like a helping…

Susan’s Story

I am so honored to have Susan’s trust with this post. Susan  (  on twitter ) is a member of my   group, and her insights and sweetness always inspire me. She shared her lovely with us last year, and she bloggs at  – – – Of all the things I regret about my time with postpartum depression and…

Amy’s Anxiety tips.

Look, my friend Amy is visiting us today, with her story of anxiety, and what works for her to combat it.   Yes, Amy is someone who combats her anxiety, and it works for her. My work of Permission-Based Healing is all about moving away from a stance of fighting anxiety to applying Self-Kindness skills…

Climbing Out of the Pit of Pain

My gosh, Kristin ( ) is here with this inspiring tender guest post! I love this woman, and I am honored to have her at my .  Kristin is a stay-at-home mom, writer and social media marketer. She blogs at  .  She resides with her husband and one-year-old son in a university residence hall, where her…