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Hopes, anxieties, and questions before and after having kids
Stephanie Cox MS
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When it comes to your triggers and your emotional bucket fillers, it’s important to know where you and your partner stand before you think about bringing a child into the picture.
Parenting guidance from Middle Ages: Why the, “you’ll just figure it out” mindset in preparing for children should be sent to the museum.
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Completing the sentence: You're never ready to have kids, but....what?
Starting a family is a major life commitment. Society says you can never be ready or prepared. But is that the whole truth?
Stephanie Cox, MS is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida specializing in therapy with children, families, and adults with mild to severe mental health and relational issues.