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Many of us go through a low phase after pregnancy. It is called PPD (postpartum depression), and seriously no one can escape it, not even doctors, and I am one. It is the support from the family, the husband, and friends that help new mommies feel better and come out of it.
I am writing this blog for the families and friends of new moms. To be frank, every new mom is worth a million good things. They are praise-worthy and should be appreciated each and every day. A simple “I love you.” from the husband, or friends and family constantly boosting the new mother’s confidence by saying “You have done a great job!” “This is fantastic!” or “You have a great kid, who is exactly like you.”, etc. (though resemblances do not matter), make a huge impact.
These are some things every family can adopt to make a difference for the new mothers. We notice the positive vibe in the family; it spreads from one person to another. I hope I made a small point there.
Now coming to moms… Hey new mommies, no matter what hurdles we face, what matters at the end of the day is your child’s happiness. Come on; we are gonna do anything for it, so cheer up and put your happy face on. Being happy helps during nursing, too! Go on and be a fighter.
I know you can do it, but I am just writing it so that you remember. Everyone goes through this phase, and you will come out with shining colours. Therefore, never forget it cheer yourself up by appreciating yourself. That is very important. Be active, lively, and empowering!
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