‘This book should be shared the world over!’
‘I do believe this book will save lives!’
‘This wonderful book made me laugh, made me cry, made me smile and made me proud to be a woman.’
‘I cried at page one. As a new mummy I needed this book. I re-read pages on a tough day just to know it's not just me. Buy it !!’
‘This is a must read book for any mum or mum to be. It’s an honest refreshing take on motherhood and I can’t put it down!’
‘Olivia blasts light into the dark shadows of maternal mental health and I have no doubt has changed the lives of thousands of mums in doing so. Bought it for myself, bought it for my mum, and it will now be my go-to gift for new mums. Thank you Olivia!’
‘Just got to say LOVE the book. Arrived yesterday – finished it today. So much to take from it; it's something all parents to be and new parents need to read!’
‘Absolutely fantastic book! Would give more stars if I could!’
‘An inspirational book …buy it!’
‘Arrived today….couldn’t put it down, I’ve already laughed so hard it hurt and also cried my eyes out…… Essential reading for all expectant Mums, new Mums, Old Mums, Nans, Grandma’s and also Dads that can handle the truth! Love Love Love!’
‘Parts of the book made me cry, simply because she’s managed to put into words some of the things I never could. She’s captured the emotional turmoil parents go through, in a sensitive yet very humorous way. She’s encouraging, hopeful and the theme throughout stays true to empowering mothers, no judgement. Highly recommend this book to parents!’
‘A beautifully written, hilarious and brutally honest account into the world of pnd and motherhood. Had me fighting back tears one minute and trying not spit out my coffee laughing so hard the next! Would 100% recommend to any mums-to-be or mum already who need a bit of reassurance that they're not the only ones feeling the way they do.’
About the Author
Olivia Siegl is the proud owner of two tiny humans and creator of popular parenting blog, The Baby Bible; a funny, honest and straight talking blog covering everything from post-baby vaginas to Postnatal Depression, uniting mums worldwide to be able to talk about ALL areas of motherhood – NO Judgement!
After suffering with severe Postnatal Depression and Postpartum Psychosis following the birth of her two daughters, Olivia set up The Every Mum Movement, a campaign which empowers mums to take care of their maternal mental health and speak more openly and honestly about motherhood. The movement has gone from strength to strength, gaining support from the NHS HEE, NCT, Netmums and high profile celebrity parents, as well as invitations to speak at the Department of Health and the Houses of Parliament.
She writes regularly for leading UK female magazines, parenting titles and blog sites and is a regular contributor to Parentdish, Kiddicare and Huffington Post.