Here’s how you can support Shnuggle’s Care To Share campaign, a weeklong maternal mental health campaign to encourage, motivate and uplift one another #WeCareToShare.
It can be a difficult time, especially for expectant and new mums (and dads), experiencing those big milestones, changes, and uncertainties as we all feel a little disconnected from our support network of family and friends.
Care To Share is a week long campaign taking place on 11th – 17th May and aims to reach out and encourage everyone to share words of advice, support and hindsight with each other at a time when we all need to be mindful of our mental and physical well-being.
As well as sharing those important messages of support we will be joined by a number of fab experts providing some fantastic content offering advice, support and much needed TLC.
“As parents ourselves we understand and sympathise with the challenges and worries parents-to-be and new parents are feeling right now,” says Sinead Murphy, Co-Founder of Shnuggle.
“Maternal mental health affects so many people and can often come without warning. As we are all isolated a little bit from our family and friends we felt now more than ever that a campaign to try and bring people together with a little positivity as well as some useful content and advice was much needed.”
Here’s how you can get involved in the Care to Share campaign…
Share Your Words
Post your own message of support, advice, encouragement, or hindsight displaying the message #WeCareToShare.
Share on your social channel or send it to @shnuggle via a DM on Instagram or Facebook.
Be sure to tag @shnuggle and include the hashtag #WeCareToShare.
You just never know whose day you might make or whose words will inspire.
Listen in to Expert Advice
As well as sharing messages of support, during the weeklong campaign we will be joined by experts who have put together some fantastic content which will offer advice, support and some much-needed TLC.
We aim to bring some important advice and tips as well as some fun and light-hearted content that will help to lift moods and bring a sense of normality to people.
Health and Wellbeing topics such as Pregnancy & Baby Yoga, pre and post-natal exercises, baby sensory and your baby sleep questions answered by our Maternity Nurse as well as experts in self style, home interiors and photography all of which offering tips and ideas that you can incorporate whilst at home.
Head over to Shnuggle’s campaign page for the full line up of experts and content
Make sure you follow @shnuggle as #WeCareToShare
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