We all go into parenting as beginners. But imagine the learning curve when things don’t go to plan. Dr Golly delves into the hard-earned wisdom of parents who h... More
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Dealing with a double diagnosis post birth, with Jacqueline Alwill
Nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill’s world turned upside down when her daughter Amelie was diagnosed with hip dysplasia, requiring an immediate brace to be applied. While navigating the challenge of managing her in a brace, incredibly - Jacqueline herself was diagnosed with the exact same condition - missed in her own childhood. Currently recovering from a double hip replacement surgery, Jacqueline opens up to Dr Golly about the challenges of getting the same diagnosis as her baby, and how she managed both recoveries.
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The secret life of stay-at-home dads, with Steph Claire Smith and Josh Miller
Entrepreneur and co-host of KICPOD and KICBUMP Steph Claire Smith always knew she would go back to work after she had her first child. It made sense to her and her husband, Josh Miller, that he would become the stay-at-home parent. Steph and Josh talk to Dr Golly about how their non-traditional family dynamic still cops flak, and how they make it work for their little family.
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Navigating the pitfalls of social media, with Rachael Finch
Social media star and model Rachael Finch knows how cutting online criticism can get. She’s copped her fair share of comments over the years, but she says that when trolls target her children, it cuts even deeper. Rachael talks to Dr Golly about how she and her husband Michael manage trolls, why she continues to post on social media and why she’s super vigilant with her own children when they go online.
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Surviving peri and post-natal depression, with Sophie Pearce and Jayde Couldwell
Popular podcasters from Beyond the Bump Sophie Pearce and Jayde Couldwell might look like they have it all together but both had to overcome significant challenges in their pregnancies. Anxiety, depression and the overwhelming impact of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) made pregnancy and juggling childcare extremely difficult. Sophie and Jayde open up to Dr Golly about their experiences and how their friendship helped them survive it all.
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How childhood trauma can impact birth, with Moana Hope and Isabella Carlstrom
There aren’t many couples who can say they both know what it’s like to give birth. Former AFLW player, Survivor contestant and author Moana Hope and her wife model Isabella Carlstrom have each been through pregnancy and birth, though they were very different experiences. Moana and Isabella talk to Dr Golly about the impact of childhood trauma on their lives as parents, and how their unique understanding of birth helped them overcome it.
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We all go into parenting as beginners. But imagine the learning curve when things don’t go to plan. Dr Golly delves into the hard-earned wisdom of parents who have faced tough times and come out the other side as… the Experts.
Launches 26th April, new episode every week!
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