In today’s episode we talk to fellow Drexel graduates Dr. Zupenda Davis-Shine and Crystal Goliday about fertility and relationships. Crystal also drops golden nuggets on how to go to college completely debt free. We cover a variety of topics including: – Dr. Zupenda’s opens up with her personal fertility journey and the role fertility played… Continue reading Episode 9: You can’t play with my IUD! Exploring Fertility & Relationships
In this second part of our interview Dr. Shawnee we discussed reproductive trauma, postpartum depression and psychosis. Dr. Shawnee Renee Benton-Gibson is the mother of the late Shamony Makeba Gibson, who died from a pulmonary embolism two weeks after giving birth to her second child. In this and previous episode she shares how she unapologetically… Continue reading Episode 7: Black Wombs Matter Vol. 2
In this first volume to Black Wombs Matter, Shawnee Renee Benton-Gibson, the mother of the late Shamony Makeba Gibson (who died from a pulmonary embolism two weeks after giving birth to her second child) discusses how she unapologetically advocates for quality, antiracist maternal healthcare.
As we finish up part two of our three part pregnancy and maternal loss series, Omari Maynard continues to share his experience with losing his partner after the birth of their second child, and Dr. Angela Clack provides a a psychological perspective on maternal loss.
In part two of our three part series on pregnancy and maternal loss, our guest, Omari Maynard, shares his experience with losing his partner (Shamony Makeba Gibson) due to maternal loss two weeks after giving birth to their second child.
What happens when you experience infertility as a result of receiving chemotherapy? This is exactly the situation that our guest, Edoabasi McGee, found herself in when she and her husband started to prepare for baby #2. In this episode, you will hear a tale of loss, life and emotional self-discovery as Edo came to grips… Continue reading Episode 2: Cancer Rules Everything Around Me (C.R.E.A.M.)