Dear Anxious Mama, You’re not Alone.
"For every woman unhappy with her postpartum marks, there is one wishing she had them."I once was her, the “one,” waiting, wishing, hoping to be a Mother.
After the birth of my third child I quickly noticed some changes to my most intimate lady areas.
"Love me till I'm me again. "
I thought I'd recognize Postnatal Depression it if it hit me. I didn't. The first time I realized something was wrong, I was already on my way to familicide.
After doing some research and getting my feet back into those sneakers, here is what has been what is working for me so far. (And might work for you too.)
While pregnant, I could only remember the happy stuff. I remembered it was hard, but I couldn't put my finger on why. Now that I'm back in it, I REMEMBER.
Your body needs some gentle loving care after having a baby and 6 weeks just doesn't cut it.