You're Not Alone: Support for New Moms on the South Shore

Dianna Carney

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(MASSACHUSETTS) Becoming a mother is one of the most transformative experiences a woman can go through. It can bring tremendous joy, but it can also cause loneliness, stress, and self-doubt. Massachusetts resident Elizabeth Jablon knows this firsthand.

"When I became a mom, I didn't know what I was doing," she says. "I was deep in the postpartum fog, lonely at home all day, awake all night stress googling."

But then, Elizabeth found a Moms Group, and everything changed. "Finding a Moms Group and connecting with other moms changed everything," she explains. "I found that I wasn't alone in the things I was experiencing. I had a place to ask real people questions, instead of Google. And every time I went to a group, I walked out a more confident mother."
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Elizabeth's experience was so transformative that, four years later, she became a Certified Postpartum Doula and started hosting Moms Groups herself. "I wanted to give back to other moms what I had received," she says.

As a Postpartum Doula, Elizabeth helps new moms adjust to life with a baby. She provides practical support like helping with breastfeeding, diapering, and soothing techniques. But perhaps more importantly, she offers emotional support and a listening ear.

Elizabeth's Moms Groups are a safe, supportive space where new moms can connect with one another, share their experiences, and get advice from someone who has been through it all. "If you are the mom of a baby 0-11 months old, I would love for you to join us," she says.

For Elizabeth, being a Postpartum Doula and Moms Group host isn't just a job - it's a calling. "I know how hard it can be to be a new mom," she says. "But I also know how amazing it can be. My goal is to support new moms and help them find the joy in this incredible, transformative experience."

If you're interested in learning more about Elizabeth Jablon's Moms Groups or Postpartum Doula services, feel free to check out her website at

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