Actress Reid Cox joins the podcast to speak openly about her struggles with body image. We talk about how fat shaming and skinny shaming are equally harmful.
It is possible to have a plus size VBAC if you’re a good candidate and connect with a care provider who will back your decision. Yet, finding a size-friendly and VBAC supportive provider can be extremely challenging.
Being fat-shamed by your doctor is not okay and yet many people feel as if they must accept this substandard level of care. We need to talk about not only what’s occurring behind closed doors but what people who have been fat-shamed by their care providers can do about it.
There’s a lot of misinformation about what it’s like to be plus size and pregnant. The truth is most plus size people have perfectly healthy pregnancies! Here are the top 7 things every person should know about being plus size and pregnant.
Let’s navigate the tricky waters of summertime and body image, together. Stop depriving yourself of fun experiences for fear of what others might think of your body.
Laura Brown is a babywearing expert and postpartum doula. We talk not only about plus size babywearing but how to set yourself up for the postpartum period.
When you’re plus size and pregnant it’s easy to feel invisible since the outside world can’t tell you’re growing life within you. Mia joins the podcast to share her plus size pregnancy struggles and journey to finding self-love during pregnancy.
Body positive activist Amy Pence-Brown, of The Stand for Self-Love, shares that experience and tips for raising body positive kids.
This is part two of talking to my mom about the topics we cover on the Plus Mommy Podcast – plus size pregnancy, motherhood and body love.
Ever wonder what being plus size and pregnant was like nearly 40 years ago? What about body image issues? I brought the woman who gave me life on as my very first guest to talk about it all!
Welcome to the Plus Mommy Podcast by Jen McLellan. From bumps to bellies, we talk about it all on the Plus Mommy Podcast!