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Maternity and Parenting

If some live maternity and parenthood in serenity, most women ask themselves a thousand questions. For example:

Before pregancy
  • Do I want to be a mother?

  • Is my husband ready to have a child?

  • Why cannot I get pregnant?

While pregnant
  • How do I rest while managing my tasks at work or at home?

  • What to do if the baby has an illness?

  • How to overcome a miscarriage?

  • Will I be able to bear the pain of childbirth?

  • Will I love this child as much as my first?

Giving birth
  • What can be done to relieve the pain of contractions?

  • How can I position myself for the baby to come out?

  • Will my husband still find me desirable afterwards?

  • How to promote breastfeeding?

  • How to overcome the baby blues?

  • Why is the baby crying so much?

Early childhood
  • How to stimulate my baby?

  • How to preserve my couple with all the time devoted to care for the baby?

  • Do I want to be a stay-at-home mom or go back to work?

When children are young
  • How to promote my child's self-esteem?

  • How to encourage my children to collaborate?

  • How to end fraternal rivalries?

  • What could be done so that my husband and I agree on discipline?

  • How to manage the interferences by my family / in-laws in the education of my children?

  • How can I balance my needs with those of my children?

  • Do my children go to a good school?

During adolescence
  • What should I do for my teen to talk to me (more, better)?

  • How to boost my teen's autonomy?

  • When is it finished? I feel like it started when he was 4 years old!

Obviously, these questions are not all asked in this order. But the constant questioning during motherhood is normal and continues even when the children leave the family home or by becoming a grandmother.


There are many ways to address these issues either through individual support, couple or family mediation, or through a conference.

As a psychologist in Morocco, but also as a mother myself, I invite you to use my services to:

  • Prepare yourself

  • Reassure you

  • Establish a secure bond of attachment with your baby

  • Raise confidence in your abilities and your esteem

  • Develop harmonious relationships with and between your children, and with your spouse

Mère et enfant miser juste
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