SAPS107 – Moving House? 5 Tips to Help Your Kids Adjust Easily. Anorexia and Bulimia: What to Look For. Want to positively TRANSFORM the atmosphere in your home? Try this simple technique. Plus Sue in Conversation with Maria Lianos – Carbone from A Moms World.

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In this week’s episode

Moving House? 5 Tips to Help Your Kids Adjust Easily

Anorexia and Bulimia: What to Look For

Want to positively TRANSFORM the atmosphere in your home? Try this simple technique.

Plus … 

I am in Conversation with Maria Lianos-Carbone of amotherworld.com – to listen to the full interview, please click on the link below:

Sue in Conversation with Maria Lianos-Carbone


Maria’s Book 

You read all the birthing books, took the Lamaze classes, and made it through labor (mostly) unscathed, but now the baby is home–and it’s a whole new ballgame!

There are plenty of books and resources about how to properly care for your new baby, but what about caring for yourself? Maria Lianos-Carbone, founder of AMotherWorld.com, outlines the “proper care and feeding” of mothers during their baby’s first year with humor and honesty. From the physical and emotional changes a new mom will undergo to rekindling intimacy with her partner, Oh Baby! Mom’s Survival Guide for the First Year keeps the focus on moms–because you can’t draw water (or breastmilk, for that matter) from an empty well.

Maria’s straight-talking, no-nonsense approach will give new moms everything they need to survive as they embark on the journey of motherhood.

Available from Amazon


Connect with Maria

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Q. Dear Sue I’m worried about my daughter getting an eating disorder - as she’s obsessed with social media & compares herself all the time to celebrities. What can we do? Tania Sherman from East Acton
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Dear Tania

Here is an article I have written that I hope will help you:

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Please feel free to contact me if you need any further help

Sue

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