#93 Using Humor to Relieve Postpartum Stress with D’Vorah Honey<br />
 

 

Parenting in the First 3 Years Podcast

#93 Using Humor to Relieve Postpartum Stress

with D’Vorah Honey

How does a good laugh become a powerful ally in the battle against postpartum stress?

Motherhood is a mix of joy and stress. Embracing humor can ease postpartum stress, making the journey more enjoyable. Laughter not only relieves stress but also connects mothers through shared experiences. In the chaos of postpartum life, a good laugh is transformative, lightening the load and bringing joy to the beautiful mess of motherhood.

In this episode, join me and my special guest, D’Vorah Honey, a Licensed Midwife and a mother of four. We explore the transformative effects of humor, mindset, and postpartum mental health. By embracing laughter, cultivating a positive perspective, and prioritizing self-care, we can find joy and resilience in our everyday life.

Join us as we navigate the many facets of personal growth and well-being. Remember, humor and a positive mindset can go a long way.

Topics Discussed:
  • Using humor in everyday life
  • The benefits of laughter in the first year postpartum
  • The importance of mindset
  • The importance of postpartum mental health
  • Encouragement for parents
About the Guest:

D’Vorah Honey is a Licensed Midwife and a mother of four. Following her personal experiences of having a C-section, two home births, and an additional child, she embarked on a journey to become a midwife to promote empowerment, choice, humor, and self-love. Dev’s expertise lies in physical fitness and nutrition, which she now applies to provide comprehensive, personalized care to pregnant and postpartum women, taking into account the entirety of their well-being in a holistic manner.

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