Every experience in our lives and our perception of how positive or negative it was is relative to our personal opinion

No two mothers have the same birth story and experience. The same goes for post birth experiences too

This is especially pertinent to mothers who has a traumatic pregnancy, delivery and or post birth experience for the baby and mother

Well today we will speak with an inspirational mother who experienced all of these things and so kindly will share what she learnt and in hindsight would do differently

To talk with us about this today we welcome back Krissy Regan

Krissy is Founder of Mindful Mums Queensland and author of the new book Broken to Unbreakable, 12 Steps to and Unbreakable Mind, Body and Spirit.


We ask Krissy questions including:

  1. Firstly I wanted to acknowledge that you kindly shared that you lost one of your twins
  2. Best things to say to someone who has lost a baby?
  3. What is ICP (Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy) and what was your experience of it?
  4. It is now recognised that women can experience PTSD as a result of trauma around the birth of their children. PTSD is not just exclusively for ex-service men and women. Post-natal depression is widely discussed, post-natal PTSD is less widely discussed.
  5. What is mindfulness meditation and what are the benefits?
  6. Mindfulness for Mums is undoubtedly helpful for anyone who are sleep deprived and trying to be in control what are some tips that can be employed?


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