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Mothers have an inherent need to communicate. From the moment you become a mother the rest of the world melts away and your whole life’s focus becomes your baby, your family and yourself. Mothers feel isolated by family and work schedules leaving little time to have real adult interactions. Social networks allow us to connect on our time late at night or during a nap, and hear back from others we trust by the time we get back online.
Dr. Nancy Nealon, M.D.
Dr. Donna Westlake, M.D.
Guest Writer and Teacher