Jease! becoming a mother is tiring! I know what you might think and I know I’m not supposed to think this way, because it’s considered to be unhealthy, but the fact is there are plenty of things I wish I could go back in time and do them again in a different way. I wish I hadn’t sent that postcard to my valentine crush, who happens to be one of the popular kids of the school.
I wish I would have been more gentle to myself when I was trying to get pregnant, I wish I had gone easy on my husband during this period too, but most of all I was I had someone to tell me what I’m about to reveal to you before I finally got pregnant with my daughter.
Come to think of it, there are tons of things I would wish to go back in time and tell mine before pregnancy/baby self. And truth be said I have pretty much a lot about how to be a good parent on this life change event.
I wish though I hadn’t learned them the hard way with a lot of pressure on and constantly thinking that I am going to screw up things with my baby. In fact, with the knowledge, I have now I would definitely.
Every single decision I have made was the result of high-pressure circumstances that had I to handle. Naturally, my goal was always to take a decision for the best interest of my newborn and that with the little recourses I had.
If you are going to be a parent very soon or you just had your first child let me take you on a tour of what you should and should not pressure yourself about
If you think you have unsolved issues, it’s mandatory to go to the therapist and have an handle on them, except that every single issue you have to come back haunting you during your pregnancy and post-birth period, if that means going through medication, just do it, otherwise this may have an impact on you, and ricochet on your relationship, the way you look to your child.