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Emily M Morgan and the Parent Resource Centre have been featured in a number of media including:

  • Lift eMagazine
  • Mouths of Mums
  • Practical Parenting Magazine
  • Start Up Mums
  • Family Capers
  • The New Family Podcast
  • Kinderling Radio
  • Into the Middle of Things
  • Mums Delivery
  • Our Children Australia

See below for more details:

 

Parenting Websites

Here are just a few of Emily M Morgan’s articles for prominent parenting websites including:

 

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When Parental Leave Is Over: 5 Tips to Trouble-Free Transition to Work

Household Philosophy for Working Parents

Not Good Enough? Not Likely: Finding Your Feet As A Working Parent

The Great Balancing Act

Working From Home: It’s Possible!

 

 

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Seven Things Finding Nemo Taught Me About Being A Single Parent

Sperm Donors, Thank You!

Introducing Books To Babies

Should I Start My Child At School Early?

So You Want To Be An Egg Donor

The Silent War: Perinatal Depression

Mama Going Solo: How to Become a Single Mother By Choice

Making Friends: A Parent’s Guide

A Day in the Life of a Single, Working-From-Home, Parent

 

 

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Make the  Decision: How to Determine if Starting a Business is Right for You.

Identify Your Value: Recognise the Knowledge and Skills You Have To Offer.

 

 

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Fussy Eater or Foodie in the Making?

 

 

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Finding Your Happy Place

Staying Strong for Our Sick Children

Keeping in Touch

Life as a Single Parent

 

 

Podcasts and Radio

Emily M Morgan has been interviewed on:

 

 

 

Magazines

Emily M Morgan’s story and articles have been featured in:  LIFT_Logo2

 

 

Documentaries

Emily M Morgan was interviewed for the exciting new web documentary series Into the Middle of Things.

Emily in Hagley, Tasmania“I hated the fact that I couldn’t take control… It really messed with my head because it just wasn’t me. It wasn’t my vision of me.”A single mum by choice of a sperm donor, Emily struggled with postnatal depression after the birth of one of her children, leaving her incapacitated and with intense feelings of guilt and frustration at herself. With the support of her family, she came out the other side of her depression with a passion for connecting with other parents all over the world.#mentalhealthweek

Posted by Into the Middle of Things on Thursday, October 8, 2015

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