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Overcoming Feelings of Grief if You Aren't Able to Breastfeed or Chestfeed

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We are talking about grief and trauma when breastfeeding or chestfeeding just doesn’t work out the way we thought it would.

My guest is Professor Amy Brown, author of The Positive Breastfeeding Book and Why Breastfeeding Grief and Trauma Matter. She joins me to discuss grief, trauma, why it happens, and what we can do to prevent it or heal from it.

Learn More about Dr. Amy Brown

Professor Amy Brown is based at Swansea University in the UK where she leads the new research centre ‘LIFT’: Lactation, Infant Feeding and Translation. As a psychologist, Amy’s research explores the importance of pregnancy and the first year postpartum, focusing on how we can better support parents with infant feeding, understanding and caring for their baby and their own mental health. Amy has over 100 academic publications and is author to soon to be nine early parenting books focusing on infant feeding, parenting and mental health.

www.professoramybrown.co.uk
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As always, find more support and resources in The Lactation Community w/Kelly Carvell on FB:

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