The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me on my journey of healing my mind during postpartum and becoming the best mom I can be for my son!

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I’m starting this blog not only to help myself, but to help anyone else who can relate to me in their postpartum journey. Many times I’ve felt alone in what I’ve been going through, like I was the only one having these feelings or troubles as a new Mom. Feeling this way made me feel that maybe I wasn’t a good enough mom to my son or that something was missing in my connection with him. I knew my emotional state was different and I couldn’t just snap out of it on my own so I decided that I had to find a solution so that I could be the mom my son deserved. My journey with my son has been our own unique journey where we’ve had our bad and our good. I’m at the point in my life where I am working on not letting the bad outweigh the good. In this blog I’ll share my own story starting with my pregnancy and go to present time. Everyone’s journey is so different but no journey is less important than another’s. No matter what a mom goes through, small or big, their feelings should always be valued and their cries should always be heard. I hope that with blogging about my experience I can come to peace with my experiences.

 

 

 

 

“In the end, I am the only one who can give my son a happy mother who loves life”

 

4 thoughts on “The Journey Begins

  1. I am happy to see I am not the only one who battles being a new mom. I am a mom of not only one baby but two. In our culture it is frowned upon not breastfeeding your baby to working to soon after you give birth to not being able to have baby blues. Our moms did it all in the past without any problems. At least that’s what Hispanics have told me. So I hide in what I go through so my family thinks I am ok but there are days I just want to cry. But I can’t because I am too busy. So who takes care of my mental health when I am too busy to care for it on my own? Can’t wait to here more Prima!

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    • I’m so glad to hear you say that. After going through group therapy with other moms I realized what I was feeling was real and I wasn’t alone! We have to take care of our mental health so we can take care of our babies! ❤️

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  2. That’s awesome! I’m on some medication and therapy. Things are getting better. Nobody knows though. I really don’t want to hear it from the family.

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