One day last weekend, I sat at a sun-dappled kitchen table and ate my lunch while listening to an interview with famed Irish fashion designer, Orla Kiely, on the radio. I started to think about other successful female entrepreneurs, and it didn’t take long for my mind to firmly settle on Kate Spade – another brave and bold woman who, like Kiely, brought joy and colour and prints and designs into so many other females’ lives with her handbags, clothing, accessories, homewares.
Nourishing herself and her baby can be a challenge for most new mums, and this along with the pressures of a newborn can potentially leave a new mother feeling fatigued, low and over-whelmed. Therefore, what she chooses to eat at this important time in her life is paramount for the health of both mother and baby, and can also have a direct effect on the new mum’s own mental health and mood.
In Friday’s referendum, the decision to repeal Ireland’s Eighth Amendment was made following a landslide result of 66.4 per cent to 33.6 per cent.
April 30 to May 4 has been declared World Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. For the next five days, the Moment Health team’s schedule is booked solid with partnerships, presentations and the inaugural Northern Ireland Maternal Mental Health Conference, all set in place to highlight the need to raise awareness and improve support and services for those struggling with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs).
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