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Gigi is a preemie and special needs mom, an ICF Credentialed Professional Life Coach and Founder of Families Blossoming LLC, a unique business that’s passionate about and specializes in providing coaching-based transformative emotional support and other related services to preemie and special needs parents and relevant organizations, hospitals and agencies who serve these families. She received her BSc (honors) in Occupational Therapy (USA), her MSc in Health, Population and Society from The London School of Economics and Political Science (UK), her Diploma in Personal Performance Coaching (Distinction) from The Coaching Academy (UK) and further Coach training from inviteChange’s FASTRACK Program. Gigi regularly presents at conferences and actively works in partnership with a number of preemie and special needs organizations, hospitals and agencies to provide relevant workshops and seminars for parents and professionals. She...

Celebrating Different ~ Not Necessarily A Bad ThingHere's to the kids who are different, The kids who don't always get A's, The kids who have ears twice the size of their peers, And noses that go on for days... Here's to the kids who are different, The kids they call crazy or dumb, The kids who don't fit, with the guts and the grit, Who dance to a different drum... Here's to the kids who are different, The kids with the mischievous streak,
“Overwhelmed.” A feeling, among many others, that is common and felt all too frequently among many preemie parents. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (aka the NICU), is home for every preemie parent either for a short or long time. It was our home for almost 6 months. It’s also a very abnormal place. No matter how you slice it or how much the NICU doctors and nurses try to make the environment feel as normal as possible for the babies and their distraught parents, it will never be. There’s nothing normal about:
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