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Navigating COVID-19 True Stories of Pregnancy and Parenting amid the Pandemic

Author Name: Antara Pandit, Dr. Sonali Santhanam | Format: Paperback | Genre : Families & Relationships | Other Details

COVID-19 has isolated women from friends and family, and the support systems that mothers rely on to deal with anxieties and share in the excitement of pregnancy and parenting. It has created unforeseen and unbearable situations for both mothers and fathers. But it has also been a hidden blessing for many.

Navigating COVID-19 is an anthology that highlights the realities of bringing a new life into the world and raising them in the middle of a pandemic, as well as parenting children of all ages while adapting to the ‘new normal’. The stories are ones of love, bonding, kindness, compassion, strength, survival, resilience, fear, isolation, stress, panic, anxiety and more. It will empower expecting, new and veteran parents in different ways.

There is no better way to inspire others to share their stories than by acknowledging your own and sharing them with the world. It forges the most soulful and fulfilling human connections.

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Antara Pandit, Dr. Sonali Santhanam

Antara Pandit is an award-winning writer, aspiring author, podcast host, and an advocate for creating change. From Chennai, India, she is the Founder of Antara Pandit Official, Teens Talk, and Co-founder of The Giving Trees. Antara strongly believes that strong human connections can be forged by sharing experiences. She encourages and emphasises this through her writing on parenting, education & other topics, as well as her focus on creating platforms to amplify the voices of adults and children from all walks of life.

Dr. Sonali Santhanam is the founder of Birth Basix, a platform that supports women through pregnancy, birth and postpartum. Dr. Sonali is a lactation consultant and a physical therapist specializing in women’s health issues. She has over 20 years of experience as a physical therapist and has been working closely with women in the pre and postnatal period in this time. She believes that women should be placed at the centre of the health care model and system when offering care especially during pregnancy, birth and postpartum. A woman-centric model of care looks at her needs above anyone else’s and aims to keep her safe through preventive care, education and informed decision making.