During the summer of 2011, I launched my parenting blog: MenGetPregnantToo.com.
Exploring parenting, through interviews, writing, and research, only made me more curious about human nature in general. I wanted a forum to explore topics and writing formats (both fiction and non-fiction) not limited to being a father and a husband. Thus the creation of KennyBodanis.com.
While I begin to curate content for this site, I have included below links to some of my favourite posts from MenGetPregnantToo.com .
Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy reading away.
Especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, emotional distress, despondency, or obsession are - and should be treated as - red flags of a more serious problem.
Postpartum Depression: Early Symptoms and Preventive Measures
“One of the biggest predictors of whether women get postpartum depression and anxiety is if they had something not only during pregnancy, but before pregnancy as well."
Caring for Caregivers - Expert Advice on Coping with Dementia
Families are often thrown into a state of panic by the realization of what steps must be taken to protect their parent.
Alzheimer's and the Sandwich Generation
Often, there must be a bottoming out—a physical or psychological cellar, a darkness through which the ill cannot see without guidance and advocacy.
My mother fell into that cellar this past April.
I'm Not Old, but I'm Getting There. (Just Ask My Night Table).
As with all life forms that have come before me, I am barreling towards extinction. My most recent reminder of this came courtesy of my dentist.
Brain Development: What Happens in Utero Doesn't Stay in Utero
A new study suggests that, despite giving birth to an apparently healthy baby, the conditions in utero may have lasting effects which can be noticed once a child reaches adolescence.