Others may not understand grieving the loss of a memory you never had, and you may feel confused in your grief like I did. But remember, even when you feel alone in motherhood, you still are a mother.
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The lack of sleep alone can drive a person crazy so for all the new moms-to-be I am pleading with you to find someone who can help you. It's not a job that you can do alone.
Some of what I found was helpful, but there was a lot that added to my anxiety. If you are so inclined, let me save you time by sharing my top resources that will get you the information you crave while avoiding info overload.
The amount of shame I felt about breastfeeding was intense. Not only did I feel like I failed her (I had postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, as well), I also felt shamed by my husband's family.
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