About Jennifer Corter
Jennifer is a contributing writer for Moms. She is a stay-at-home mom, writer, and blogger. She has written two books on how to deal with living with chronic illness using the power of positivity. She is also an advocate for maternal mental health and frequently writes about the topic.
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