10 labai atvirų ir nuoširdžių nuotraukų po gimdymo

Socialiniuose tinkluose mes matome daugybę jaunų mamyčių, demonstruojančių stangrius kūnus ir idealas formas kone iš karto po gimdymo. Tačiau tai, ką mums perša socialiniai tinklai, dažnai būna labai toli nuo tikrosios realybės. Moters kūnas ne visuomet greitai atsistato, kartais palieka nėštumo pėdsakus ir visam gyvenimui. Tik ne kiekviena moteris turi drąsos apie tai kalbėti garsiai.

January Harshe sukurtas Instagram projektas @takebackpostpartum suvienija mamas, nebijančias kalbėti apie savo kūno pokyčius ir išgyvenimus. Projekto tikslas – parodyti, kad tai, kaip atrodo tavo kūnas po gimdymo, yra normalu. Kad tai, ką tu jauti – visiškai natūralu. Drąsios moterys dalinasi atviromis savo nuotraukomis ir pasakoja savo istorijas, palaikydamos ir padrąsindamos jaunas mamas.


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“When I was pregnant with Paisley, there was always one thing that I would obsess about that scared me more than giving birth for the first time, #postpartum #depression. I would lay awake at night in fear of what emotions I would have after having her. Would I love her? Would I hate her? Would I feel resentment for what my body just went through? These are all very real thoughts that I had and I couldn’t get them out of my head. After dealing with depression and #anxiety my entire life, I was certain that going through it postpartum was inevitable. Then I had her and I felt....fine. In fact, I felt better than I had in my entire life. I felt happy and strong and powerful like I had just done something no other human ever could. Maybe it was just the #oxytocin talking but it was a feeling like I was floating on a cloud. Then days and weeks and months went by and the exhaustion finally set in. Around 6 months postpartum I started feeling defeated. Like if I didn’t get some kind of break soon then I would end up breaking myself. I remember sitting in my truck, tears streaming down my face because Paisley did a number of things that day that made me question whether or not I was a good mom. I felt this way for a couple weeks and then I finally was able to pull myself out of it. I’m not a doctor so I’m not sure if it was #PPD or not, but what I do know is that whatever you’re going through be it exhaustion, PPD, #PPA or even just feeling tired—you are GOING to get through this. Ask someone for help. Tell them you need their support. Take some time to practice self love and self care. You can’t pour from an empty glass. I know it’s hard, but you aren’t alone and you should never feel like you aren’t worthy enough to get the help you need. You are beyond worthy. You are the warrior goddess Mama that birthed that beautiful baby and you deserve every ounce of support and love that you can get. Don’t give up.” 🦋 @mschloemeghan . . . Image belongs to the person tagged. Do not alter or use without their permission. #postpartum #birthwithoutfear #takebackpostpartum #motherhood #selflove #selfcare

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„Kuomet laukiausi Paisley, mane labiausiai baugino pogimdyminė depresija. Gulėjau naktį nesumerkdama akių, galvodama, kokias emocijas išgyvensiu ją pagimdžiusi. Ar aš ją pamilsiu? Gal nekęsiu? Ar jausiu apmaudą dėl savo kūno? Tai buvo mintys, kurių negalėjau išmesti iš savo galvos. Visą gyvenimą kovojau su nerimu, todėl buvau įsitikinusi, kad po gimdymo depresija neišvengiama. Tuomet pagimdžiau ir viskas buvo... normalu. Jaučiausi geriau, nei kada nors anksčiau gyvenime. Jaučiausi laiminga ir stipris, tarsi padariusi tai, ko iki manęs niekas nėra daręs. Galbūt tai buvo oksitocino poveikis, tačiau atrodė, tarsi plaukčiau ant debesies. Ėjo dienos, savaitės ir mėnėsiai, o tuomet pasijaučiau išsunkta. Po pusmečiau jaučiausi nugalėta. Jaučiau, kad tuojau pat nepailsėjusi, tiesiog palūšiu. Pamenu, sėdžiu, ašaros bėga veidu, o viskas dėl to, kad Paisley elgesys vertė mane galvoti, ar aš esu gera mama. Taip jaučiausi kelias savaites, o tuomet susiėmiau. Nesu medikė, man sunku pasakyti, ar tai buvo pogimdybinė depresija. Tačiau žinau vieną dalyką: kad ir kas tai būtų, tau pavyks tai įveikti. Paprašyk pagalbos. Pasakyk, kad tau reikalingas palaikymas. Skirk laiko sau. Negali atsigerti iš tuščios stiklinės. Aš žinau, kad tai sunku, bet tu ne viena ir tu esi verta pagalbos. Daugiau, nei verta. Tu karingoji deivė Mama, kuri padovanojo pasauliui šį mažylį ir dėl to tu verta kiekvieno palaikymo ir meilės gramo. Nepasiduok“, - savo mintimis dalinasi viena mama.


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"NOT anorexia, it’s a thyroid issue. I don’t know what it says about me that I got this thin and didn’t think there was anything wrong. Last Friday, I had a bulge in my neck that finally got me to the doctor. I’m STILL waiting on blood work but my doc thinks it’s Graves. If you just had a baby and have lost an inordinate amount of weight, feel like you are on cocaine, are suddenly heat intolerant, and can’t stop losing hair, and feel like your husband is being a dick it might just be your thyroid!! Get checked ASAP." @jennyandteets2 . . . . Image belongs to the person tagged. Do not alter or use without their permission. #thyroid #postpartum #reallife #momlife #birthwithoutfear #takebackpostpartum

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„Tai ne anoreksija, o skydliaukės sutrikimai. Nemaniau, kad kažkas yra negerai, bet praėjusį penktadienį ant kaklo pastebėjau gumbą ir kreipiausi į gydytoją. Vis dar laukiu rezultatų, tačiau gydytojas mano, kad tai Graveso liga. Jei ką tik pagimdėte, o tuomet stipriai sulieknėjote, jaučiatės tarsi ant kokaino, negalite pakelti karščio, netenkate plaukų, o jūsų vyras atrodo niekšas, tai gali būti skydliaukės sutrikimo pasekmė. Nedelsiant kreipkitės į medikus“, - rašo kita mama ir dalinasi savo nuotrauka. 


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"To all the women today who are mamas - you are stunning. Wear your stripes proudly. May our daughters only hear us speak positively about our bodies and how they’ve changed because we carried them. May they be raised in households where they are delighted in, celebrated, and cherished always and not based on their outward appearance. Speak life into their hearts." ❤️ @jenn.newm . . . Image belongs to the person tagged. Do not alter or use without their permission. #postpartum #reallife #momlife #birthwithoutfear #takebackpostpartum #postpartumbody

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"In my womb, I’ve grown 10 babies. Only four were born alive, but how fucking miraculous nonetheless. And I’ve never loved myself more. I’ve never felt more feminine. Shaved head. Stretch mark stomach. Deflated breasts. Thighs that touch. Society does not defy me. My inner self does." ⚡️⚡️ @wisewildwell #takebackpostpartum

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"Well, I know a lot of you guys are probably thinking 'why would she post this picture', but, it took me 18 months to get here, 18 months to not cry when I look in the mirror, 18 months to finally feel beautiful in my own skin again! No one warns you about the dark sides of motherhood and pregnancy.. no one gives you a heads up on how much you change physically and mentally after you become a mother. It's been a long and hard postpartum ride for me.. 18 months after my first son and 5 months after my second son I feel like I can finally see the light ✨ and it genuinely feels amazing. 💖 Cheers to you mamas who are battling postpartum depression and still getting up everyday for your children! Cheers to you mamas who still cry about the marks on your skin from birthing your perfect babies! Cheer to motherhood, cheers to knowing that this too shall pass! And things will get better." 💗 @alexandrabrea_ ©2017 by Alexandra Kilmurray All rights reserved _ #motherhood #postpartum #postpartumdepression #babies #takebackpostpartum

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"This is a picture I most likely will not keep up for very long. This is me, at the peak of my postpartum depression. I asked Shiloh to take a picture of me, so I could remember how far I’d come, if I ever came out of it. I was lower than low, I wasn’t even myself. Looking back at this photo I remember perfectly the pain I felt, the dread in waking up everyday, the physical pain that engulfed me from thoughts in my brain. I had never known consuming, mind altering emotion such as this that flooded every fiber of my being, making its way through my veins like a plague. This is what postpartum depression looks like, or at least what it did for me. I didn’t want to leave this life, but it seemed like the only way that would rid me of the pain I was in. I didn’t ask for it, it wasn’t welcome. But there it was, and I kicked its fucking ass and beat it to the ground before I let it consume me, or much worse, take my life." @themanifestingmamma #thisisppd . . . . #ppd #postpartumdepression #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealth #overcomingppd #mentalhealthsupport #communityovercompetition #stopcensoringmotherhood #motherhoodunited #motherhoodrising #motherhood #takebackpostpartum

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