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Giving birth is one of the most sacred experiences a woman can have and yet this time is often filled with anxiety and fear. Fear of the unknown and the known. How can we as women transform this experience and take back the arena of pregnancy and childbirth that has become constricted and heavily medicalized in many places? This podcast is a series of my reflections and insights about pregnancy, birth, and beyond, as well as other things pertaining to being a woman. It is based on my experie ...
 
Join Tara Campbell Lussier + Mari Stutzman Smith, co-founders of Arrow, (formerly Arrow Birth) as they host experts on topics relevant to modern parenthood. Having worked with hundreds of clients as longtime doulas, Tara and Mari have deep expertise in what issues matter most to expecting, young and working families. Whether you’re newly pregnant, about to give birth, navigating postpartum, or strategizing the return to work + beyond, the voices on the Arrow’s Angle podcast will positively i ...
 
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Mavhu Farai Hargrove is a Zimbabwean American mother, grandmother, wife, postpartum doula, and educator. In this episode, she shares about her hospital and home births, and during our conversation, Mavhu's passion and commitment to sharing and preserving her cultural heritage from Zimbabwe shines through. We have a shared heritage and this enriches…
 
This poem is a tribute to my paternal aunts, the strong women who were an example to me and who I now honour. It is a reminder of how we as women need to support each other, how we are torch bearers from generation to generation and how we have a responsibility to those who are coming after us. XDtPDYskD51ekeUEeeKY…
 
My first guest in this second season of my podcast is Sarifa Moola-Nærnes, a South African mother, wife, Anti-racist, Afrikan feminist, Relationship, Teams and Individual Coach, Speaker, Facilitator and Trainer. Sarifa is the founder and director of Ubuntu Coaching AS in Norway. Her company offers relationship and team coaching – individually or in…
 
The second series of my podcast will build on the reflections I had in the first series, but this time I am having conversations with women I admire and respect. I am not speaking to well-known celebrities, but to women like you and me, women who are stepping out of their comfort zones, and sharing of themselves in different ways. Podcast guests ar…
 
This is the last episode in the first series of this podcast. I continue my reflections on the importance of keeping our babies close and cover the topic of 'baby wearing' - or carrying our babies close to our bodies. I discuss the importance of this for the healthy attachment and development of our babies. I also touch on why babies cry and reflec…
 
Getting our babies to sleep or sleeping with our babies is something that I am sure every parent has had to grapple with at some point in their parenting journey, especially in those early postpartum weeks. In this episode, I reflect on co-sleeping and sharing our beds with our babies and why this can be an important part of our parenting journey, …
 
Midwives do a great job to support women during pregnancy and birth, and we often criticize them when things go wrong, or when they do not act as we expect them to. In this episode I reflect on the role of midwives, the challenges they face and how the maternity care system's focus on being efficient, effective and saving costs, has an effect on th…
 
In this episode, I reflect on the celebration that we have during pregnancy called the baby shower, why we do this, and what it's become. I present an alternative way to celebrate the mother or mother-to-be, the mother blessing ceremony or ritual. Something that I feel focuses more on nurturing the woman. I also touch on another type of mothering, …
 
In this episode, I reflect on a difficult topic - loss. Losing a baby during pregnancy or birth is one of the most difficult and painful things we can experience. It is also something that is not much talked about - women tend not to share their experiences, because it's hard, it hurts, they feel vulnerable - many reasons. I have chosen to talk abo…
 
The postpartum period, that time from when your child is born to up when he or she is about 8 weeks old, can be challenging. Usually, we focus so much on pregnancy and birth and assume that once we have made it through labour everything else after that should be relatively straightforward. As with everything this time can come with surprises. In th…
 
In this episode I reflect on what happens in the third stage of birth with the delivery of the placenta and the cutting of the umbilical cord. We dont often think about or pay too much attention to these processes because once our baby's born we are too caught up in the joy and awe of this moment, fair enough! However, what happens during this stag…
 
As I celebrate publishing my 10 episode, I conclude the short series of episodes that I called 'Birth your way' with what I call the grand finale! This, as you may guess, is about what happens as your baby is about to enter the world. My focus here on birthing positions and the benefits of being upright and not lying down when giving birth. Useful …
 
Birth is often characterized by images of pain and tension, especially based on what is portrayed in movies or on TV. How we can transform this narrative for ourselves and learn to let go and flow with this natural process? In this episode, I will reflect on the basics - breath, sound and movement - and how we can learn to harness these techniques …
 
In this episode, I reflect on how we can prepare our bodies for birth. I present the analogy of labour as similar to running a marathon and how we should not approach this transformational but challenging undertaking unprepared. I share some of the steps I took during pregnancy and reflect on how I think these may have influenced my birthing proces…
 
Pain during childbirth is one of the things many women dread, especially those who are having their first child. There is so much misinformation out there that scares us - what we see portrayed on TV or in the movies, the stories other people tell us. But is there more to this? Does this pain have a role to play? Can we and should we avoid experien…
 
Men are often at the edges of discussions or information about pregnancy and birth, and in this episode, I reflect on the role of partners - men in particular. I discuss what this role means and reflect on how partners can empower themselves and in so doing support and enable women to reclaim their power. Podcast artwork: Photo by Kumaran Pondicher…
 
We are often unaware of the processes happening in our bodies during pregnancy and birth, and beyond. Is it important that we have some understanding of the work our bodies do during this process. Could increasing our awareness lead us to make more informed choices and decisions to better nurture and protect ourselves and our babies, to help us und…
 
Most women are often not aware of their rights during pregnancy and birth. They give their bodies over to the experts without awareness and understanding of the effects various procedures may have on them, their bodies, or their babies. Certain procedures are often considered as standard and not many question why they are being done, or if they are…
 
During pregnancy, birth and after the baby is born, the focus is often on the baby, while this is important it is also crucial that we take care of ourselves, nurture ourselves. We too are important. This episode is reminder that we need to appreciate and celebrate ourselves for the important role we play during this process. Podcast artwork: Photo…
 
So, what is it that blocks us from reclaiming our power and robs us of empowered birth experiences or from having a gentle birth? What makes so many women have what can be often described as traumatic instead of memorable birthing experiences? There are several reasons, but one of the biggest blockages we face is fear. In this episode I reflect on …
 
I believe whenever we start something we should always provide some context, so my first episode is an introduction to who I am, my motivation for doing this podcast and what I hope we can achieve together.โดย Fungisai Gwanzura Ottemöller
 
Arrow interviews Colleen Lubin, Founder of the Not Quite Knocked Up Community, on how her personal experiences with fertility, loss, NICU and preemies, inspired her to create a robust community of support. 🚨 Trigger warning, sensitive subjects.
 
You could describe Jennie’s firm, Woltz & Folkinshteyn, P.C. as an HR consultancy on legal steroids. They counsel their clients at the intersection of HR and law including claims, complaints, parental leave, compliance, policies, contracts, and HR processes. Get ready for impactful information on leave rights, paid leave, mental health + perinatal …
 
Wondering what you need to know to best prepare for your postpartum recovery? Dr. Charles is an OB/GYN who tackles how to create a postpartum plan, what red flags to look out for and what's the single most important thing to a healthy postpartum recovery. Trust us, you'll want to tune in.
 
Ever wondered why so many pregnant and postpartum people have a chiropractor?! Or how a chiro can help improve your labor, birth and postpartum? In today’s episode TT interviews Dr. Will Sonak, a 20+ year Chiropractic Doctor who’s cared for 1500+ pregnant women, including Tara as well. Shoutout to TT’s dog, Summer, who makes her own appearance in t…
 
Text a registered dietitian and lactation consultant for infant and baby feeding questions?! Sign. Me. Up. In today’s episode of Arrow’s Angle, we celebrate #worldbreastfeedingmonth with TT interviewing Emily Sylvester, Founder of Nurture Talk, on her innovative startup that supports today’s families throughout their baby feeding journey’s. We LOVE…
 
In today’s birth story episode, TT interviews a mom of three that gave birth in early May 2020 in an urban Chicago hospital. If you’re curious (or nervous) about giving birth during the pandemic, this episode is for you. Kelsey Haywood, the talented designer behind haywoodmade interiors, tells her story authentically, real and unfiltered. She’s an …
 
Did you know a baby gear concierge existed?! It’s true. And it’s *such* good news for today’s families. Gone are the days where you spend 40+ hours trying to figure out which stroller you’ll need for your unique lifestyle. (There’s only 500 to choose from.) 😳 In today’s episode, TT interviews Krysta Harrick, Mom and COO of GuGuGuru, on why you need…
 
We have a real problem in the United States. Women are dying in pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum at alarming numbers and black women are over 3 times more likely to die than white women. Mari talks with Sam Griffin of DC Metro Maternity to not only educate listeners on the topic but find ways to combat the alarming numbers.…
 
Are you pregnant and want to know more about the changes in care during this time? Are you about to deliver? Mary Kilianski, CNM, shares with Arrow how things have changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Be sure to tune in. 💗
 
Arrow’s own beloved Kaitlin, aka KK, courageously shares her own battle with depression throughout her pregnancy and postpartum time. Listen in and let’s raise awareness about perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, together. ✨
 
The World's Greatest Pediatrician and Dad (we swear), Podcast Host of the popular Child Repair Guide, AND Arrow Advisor?! We can't get over how pumped we are to have Dr. Steve Silvestro on the Arrow's Angle Podcast. We talk how we know Steve (hint: it goes almost twelve years back and involves a baby ;)), what he's up to with the brilliant and oh-s…
 
Annie Powell, a personal trainer and mental health awareness advocate, shares her experience with postpartum depression and mental illness. Months after the birth of her twins, Annie suffered from exhaustion, depression and suicidal thoughts. Hear her raw story, how she has claimed her diagnosis and champions her treatment and recovery. Her positiv…
 
Why oh why do people feel the need to comment and offer unsolicited advice to pregnant people?! Tara and KK take a humorous and positive approach to everyday statements those with a bump endure - and even offer insights into what you can do to protect your sanity when said comments inevitably happen. Tune in today, you’re bound to feel empathetic t…
 
Two birth stories in two major cities on two different continents! Tara’s former doula client, Arin Keyser, shares BOTH her birth stories in this double-y awesome and bicontinental Birth Story Episode. “Witches needles” in France may or may not have been involved. 😉 Arin also shares the difference between maternal care in the US vs. France, enlight…
 
Tara’s former doula client, Chloe Massey, shares the journey of her high risk pregnancy and birth. Tune in to hear about Lovenox shots starting at 8 weeks , switching providers mid-pregnancy and the magic moment Chloe will never forget during the actual birth. ✨
 
Sex is a taboo topic - especially during pregnancy - but Tara and KK dive right into the topic to discuss how they felt about sex during each of their pregnancies. One of them is a fan - and one is not. Tune in to find out and be ready to laugh!
 
Kaitlin, or KK as we call her, talks about her unmedicated hospital birth. She shares in detail about her pregnancy, the details of her labor as well as how her doula was an important part of her experience. We hope you enjoy!
 
Tara tackles more of your questions today - facing an induction, going from 1-2 (or more) kids, tangible and intangible things to pack in your birth bag, and the difference between a doula and an Arrow Birth Consultant.
 
Tara, ABC, covers standard newborn tests and procedures, mental health and navigating the fourth trimester, leaning on your “tribe” and when to reach out to a medical professional if suspected PPD. She also tackles how to handle medical procedures such as cervical checks, during labor.
 
Morning sickness all day anyone? Pink Stork is our go to resource for effective pregnancy supplements... In this podcast we dove into Pink Stork Founder/Mom of 5 Amy Upchurch's personal story on Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which inspired her to help women everywhere enjoy their pregnancy's more. We heart Pink Stork and their mission and think you will,…
 
Still pregnant and looking for ways to prepare for breastfeeding? Not sure what to expect in the fresh first days with your newborn? Board-Certified Lactation Consultant, Jessica Sypolt, chats with us about ways to prepare for breastfeeding. ??
 
Struggling with getting pregnant? Secondary infertility? Want to end the fertility google tailspin? Then this is the episode for you. Sarah Clark of Fab Fertile tackles all the ways to conquer infertility once and for all. #hope
 
Diastasis Recti? Pelvic floor issues after birth? Normalizing the word vagina? Check, check, and check. Arrow dives into all of this and more with Washington DC leading Women's Health Specialist and Physical Therapist, Jennifer Chu. If you're interested in #allthingspelvis, this is the episode for you. #vaginaisthehallway…
 
What does an Arrow Birth Consulting session look like? Who is an Arrow Birth Consultant? Tara and Mari dive into why your #ABC is the perfect person to talk to and how these sessions can help you navigate your ride to and through parenthood.
 
It can be hard to know what to say to your provider about your birth goals or even how to say it. Arrow Birth Consultants, Tara and Mari, talk through some suggestions on how to communicate with your doc or midwife.
 
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