I would love to hear from you!
Loved your “Live Joyfully” from Quest for Meaning—very well written and beneficial!
Warren S. Wright
St. George, UT
Thank you so much. Thank you for reading and sharing your encouraging words.
I’m so glad I found your post today on Zite. I am at my husbands bedside under circumstances not planned for. I’m so glad you chose to write honestly about the photos in your baby book. I understand your experience and in my own way life “does not match up with the photos in the album.”
You made me feel more acceptable, proud even, of owning my own experience and making it through tough times. I look forward to following you.
Thanks so much for your kind words, Dianna. I am sorry to hear that your husband is not well. I wish you both peace and comfort. Thanks for following!
I wanted to say thank you for your writing about ppd. I have a newborn, and I adore him but found myself feeling the exact feelings you have felt. I feel sad and wish I could soak him up but at the same time wonder if I am good enough. If all my past will always haunt me and end up haunting him. Anyway thank you very much again it gives me hope to know im not alone.
I am sorry that you are struggling. You are definitely NOT alone. There is so much help available.
Brevity rather than blather please. (‘re: “good enough)
I LOVED your article “20 Things I Don’t Give a F*ck About Anymore” at the Scary Mommy Blog…the reading was so refreshing, uplifting and funny! BIG THANKS FOR WRITING IT it made my day 🙂
I just read your article on the Huff Post about the Republican who wants to force women to carry “dead” babies to term. This is something more and more people need to hear about. I would encourage you to get the word out forcefully. Donald Trump and his ilk will be the death of this country. Keep up the good work.
A New Fan
I just have to say I absolutely love your self-description under your name! LOVE IT!! You made me laugh out loud and I am still smiling! Absolutely loved your pictures of the rainbow baby and I cried. 🙂 I am Italian so that’s not hard, but, it is still notable! 🙂 Have an awesome day!
Just a question–I heard your piece in a youtube ad about a mom needing to be proud of her tummy wrinkles and other body “flaws” because of what they represent. It brought tears to my eyes! Is this piece published in one of your books, or can I access it from your website someplace? I would LOVE to share it with my mom friends! Thanks for your reply.
Thanks for your note. You can watch the video here…. https://www.facebook.com/Babble/videos/10154835177088271/
And read the piece here… https://www.babble.com/body-mind/celebrating-physical-body-emotional-spiritual-changes-of-motherhood/
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