I stumbled across Aimee Clarke almost by accident when her gorgeous little man Hunter popped up on my IG feed. I started to follow her
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54% of Mum’s describe themselves as “friendless” since having their babies and 90% of mothers admit that they feel lonely. A lack of social connection has been linked to decreased self esteem, increased rates of depression and/or anxiety and a significantly lower level of overall life satisfaction.
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