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Feelings and emotions such as anxiety, stress, overwhelm or burnout are no stranger to many of the mums I speak with and indeed, many an episode of First Time Mum’s Chat has been geared towards empowerment for women and provided tips and strategies to manage them.
This week’s guest Naomi Buffery, is a certified emotional health coach, mum and postnatal depression and anxiety survivor and I really like her approach to these topics. She’s very much into empowerment for women and helping people identify and deal with the underlying associated subconscious thoughts that trigger their responses and reactions.
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Links Mentioned in the Episode
- Naomi’s website.
- Maternal Mental Health Coach on Instagram.
- More Than a Mum – Heal From Depression, Anxiety, Burnout &
Overwhelm Facebook Group.
About Naomi Buffery
Naomi is a certified Emotional Health Coach, Mum and Postnatal depression and anxiety survivor. Her mission is for all Mums to be emotionally prepared and mentally equipped for the emotional roller-coaster of Motherhood.
She believes that if we were all supported to trust our instincts; love and accept ourselves; follow our innate wisdom; believe in ourselves; and confidently manage our thoughts, feelings and emotions there would be a lot less Mums with stress, depression, anxiety, overwhelm or burnout.
Becoming a Mum can feel like being hit by a truck. The ever changing landscape and emotional onslaught isn’t something we are always ready for. Through years of soul searching, personal development, research, training and speaking to other Mums – she is now able to help other Mums that are finding it difficult to navigate the challenges that come with Motherhood.