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Musings on women's health, sexuality, and empowerment.

Is your Intrauterine Device (IUD) Safe?

By Chaya Aronson | February 14, 2017 | Comments Off on Is your Intrauterine Device (IUD) Safe?

Birth control is a complicated subject, and there is no simple solution. Many doctors recommend Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) as one of the safest and best options. The benefits include very little maintenance and it can remain in place for years. Two types of IUDs: Copper IUD – This IUD is made of copper and it…

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Grieving the absence of community for parents and children

By Chaya Aronson | September 14, 2016 | Comments Off on Grieving the absence of community for parents and children

Without even realizing it, many of us are grieving the absence of community for parents and children in our society. On my son’s first day of preschool… I did not have a lunch for him! Wednesday is supposed to be pizza day, but apparently that is not starting till next week. I pulled one together from…

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Vaginal Steam Bath

By Chaya Aronson | September 2, 2016 | Comments Off on Vaginal Steam Bath

What is a vaginal steam bath, you might ask? It is exactly as it sounds, you will indeed be steaming your vagina, with delicious, herb infused water. You will likely love it. Many women feel overwhelmed by the logistics of steaming at home for the first time so I highly recommend contacting me to set…

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"Guns and drugs, you choose" – Ani Difranco

By Chaya Aronson | September 29, 2015 | Comments Off on "Guns and drugs, you choose" – Ani Difranco

Dear Universe, This is a new edge for me in the world of blogging. Usually I write about women’s health or parenting, but the unfortunately the topic of guns has been alive in my world. Much more alive that I desire. I preface this by saying, I am not totally anti-guns, but I greatly question…

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Permission to Be

By Chaya Aronson | June 25, 2015 | Comments Off on Permission to Be

In every birth is a death, every death a birth. Every yes a no, and every no, a yes. The path of mothering is such a deep expression of this. Baby born. Placenta Dies. Mother born, maiden dies. Maiden always lives within her, but a piece of her innocence dies in the process of birthing.…

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Baby Zen Masters

By Chaya Aronson | May 19, 2015 | Comments Off on Baby Zen Masters

This morning in my gratitude practice, I shared that I am grateful for Birch and how he is a teacher to me. Babies and toddlers are like little Zen Masters. It is all so simple and they live completely “in the moment”. In each magical moment. Eventually they find a stage in development, where they…

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Breastcapades: Tales Untold

By Chaya Aronson | February 16, 2015 | Comments Off on Breastcapades: Tales Untold

Let us get one thing straight. I am not a breastfeeding expert, lactation consultant or midwife. I am just a mother of a toddler and a Maya Abdominal Massage Practitioner, who talks to many women. In some ways my experience with nursing is remarkably unremarkable. He latched easefully, nursed frequently, I made (make) plenty of milk,…

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Unconditional Mother Love

By Chaya Aronson | December 31, 2014 | Comments Off on Unconditional Mother Love

I have spoken many times before that I think our world would be a different (better, and less violent) place if all men witnessed a woman give birth naturally. What human could send his son to war knowing what it took to get him into his body and onto this planet?  I want to add…

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The Mystery of Motherhood

By Chaya Aronson | October 7, 2014 | Comments Off on The Mystery of Motherhood

Every night after Birch falls asleep, I stare at his sweet soul and feel pure awe and wonder at how this incredible being was born of my body and is still nourished by my body. When I watch him sleep, I see pure innocence. I think about what an honor, privilege and responsibility it is…

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Internal Rhythm

By Chaya Aronson | September 17, 2014 | Comments Off on Internal Rhythm

As a child, I used to get headaches all the time. I look back and wonder, without attachment, what that was about? I have always been a sensitive being and that remains true, but as I have grown, I have become healthier and more adaptable. As I have learned about eating right, keeping my cycles…

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