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Contribute to Claire Mysko's new book

Claire is the genius behind "You're Amazing!" and along with her 5 Resolutions partner, Magali, is writing a new book on body image and pregnancy. So she needs all you mamas and pregger women to fill out a survey:

It's no secret that we are pretty frustrated with all the appearance-related pressures facing pregnant women and new moms. Our book will explore those pressures, dispel some myths, and provide practical advice to help women cope with all the "lose the baby weight" messages without losing their minds. And that's where you come in.

We're calling on our network of readers, friends, and colleagues to share your experiences and opinions. Would you take a few minutes and fill out one of our surveys? Please add your comments within the surveys if our questions don't get to everything you want say on the topic!

Take this survey if you are a woman who does not have children yet or you do not plan to have children

Take this survey if you are currently pregnant

Take this survey if you are a mother who has given birth and you are not currently pregnant

Take this survey if your partner has given birth or she is currently pregnant

Comments

Corinne said…
Thanks for the heads up - I filled out their survey :)

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