Postpartum Support Deck Affirmation Cards by Renegade Mama


Postpartum Support Deck, 52 Inspiring Visual Messages also called Affirmation Cards
The first year of life after a baby is born can be challenging in many ways. This Postpartum Support Deck offers cards {created by Mothers} that beautifully illustrate inspiring and relatable messages to support a new mother, both emotionally and physically. Including affirmations that encourage nursing, self care and bonding with baby. Every Mama deserves to feel supported as she transitions into Motherhood. This Postpartum Support Deck is a practical tool and thoughtful gift for first-time mothers or a mother to many.

This deck comes shrink wrapped and are 3.5"x5.75". Women have been placing them around their home and they make a great gift for any mother with children under three years old.
Since creating this deck of affirmation cards a little over two years ago, they have tremendous feedback and have shipped to over 26 countries with over 5000 decks sold on Etsy,,Amazon and Wholesale.


You’ve heard about “affirmations” since the dawn of the Stuart Smalley. They’re those “I statements” that go something like this: I am grateful. I am lovable. I am open. Proponents of affirmations say—without reservation—that they work, releasing you from years of pent-up fear, pain, and shame. But is there any real science to back this up? The answer is unequivocally: yes.


Evidence-based research shows that affirmations, like prayer, actually change the brain on a cellular level—in other words, what you think about matters—a lot. “Thoughts have a direct connection to your health,” says Dr. Joseph Dispenza, author of Physics, the Brain and Your Reality:

“Thoughts make a chemical. If you have happy thoughts, then you’re producing chemicals that make you feel happy. Negative, angry thoughts and fearful thoughts also produce chemicals to make you feel how you’re thinking.”

Neurons connect in your brain by attaching to thoughts and memories. Thoughts then become organized into a “pattern” or “neuro-net”. For example: The feeling of love is stored in a very large neuro-net. Each person builds his/her concept of love from many different ideas and experiences. Explains Dispenza:

“Some people have connected love to disappointment; so when they think about love, they instantly experience the memory of pain, sorrow, anger—even rage. Rage may be linked to hurt, which may be linked to a specific person, which then is connected back to love.”

In other words: brain cells that “fire together, wire together” And the more you feel a certain way, the more these nerve cells develop a long-term relationship.


Affirmations interrupt your maladaptive neuro-nets. And the more you use affirmations, the more those nerve cells that are connected to each other (i.e., firing together), start breaking the long-term relationship with your negative thoughts, literally re-wiring to your new, affirming beliefs. Science calls this neuroplasticity. So that’s the science. And there’s plenty more to back up these claims.

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