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25 de mame arata corpurile lor dupa nastere

Modificarile prin care trece corpul unei femei in timpul sarcinii pot fi de multe ori majore. Pentru ca toate au rostul de a aduce pe lume o noua viata, mai multe mamici au impartasit pe Instagram imagini cu modul in care le-a transformat sarcina si nasterea.

Una dintre provocarile dificile experimentata de o femeie dupa ce naste este sa nu se mai simta nesigura si rusinata de corpul sau. Contul de Instagram @takebackpostpartum isi doreste sa schimbe modul in care femeile se privesc pe sine insele si corpurile lor dupa nastere impartasind fotografii reale cu proaspete mamici insotite de povestile lor de viata. Ti le povestim si tie in continuare:

1. “Obisnuiam sa ma cantaresc in fiecare dimineata. Ma asiguram mereu ca sunt prima care ajunge la baie. Ma coplesea un val de anxietate pe masura ce cantarul oscila, iar eu asteptam. Acela era momentul in care stiam ce fel de zi urma sa am.

Va fi una pozitiva si voi astepta ziua cu bucurie pentru ca numarul era cu 1 kg in minus mai mic decat ieri dimineata? Sau voi incepe sa ma spal nervoasa pe dinti si ma voi ameninta singura sa mananc doar o salata deorece numarul era cu 1 kg mai mare decat ieri? In felul acesta traiam. Asta ma distrugea. Eram convinsa pe deplin ca era singurul mod de a fi fericita.

Ca acesta era singurul mod de a ajunge unde trebuie pentru a deveni mama. Mi-am repetat mie insami ca singurul mod de a fi fericita este sa fiu slaba. Asa ca am slabit. Dar nu am simtit niciodata ca era indeajuns. M-am antrenat doar ca sa slabesc, nu in modul in care o fac acum cand ma concentrez mai mult pe cum ma simt. Apoi l-am avut pe Maci. Pentru prima data am fost recunoscatoare pentru corpul meu. A fost un moment dupa ce s-a nascut in care am stat in baia din spital inainte sa fac primul dus postpartum. Eram doar in halat si ma priveam in oglinda.

Imi amintesc in reluare momentul deoarece am evitat oglinda timp de mai multi ani, chiar si in cea mai mare parte a sarcinii. Inchizand ochii, am dezlegat cordonul, iar halatul s-a departat cativa centimetri. Am inghetat cateva secunde inainte ca halatul sa cada pe podea. Asta eram. M-am privit ca si cum era prima data, dar dupa cateva secunde am inchis ochii. M-am rasucit si am mers catre dus. Acela a fost momentul de inceput al calatoriei mele de dragoste pentru mine. Nu s-a petrecut rapid. Dar nu s-ar fi petrecut niciodata daca nu as fi incercat.”

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“I used to weigh myself every morning. I would always make sure to go to the bathroom first. There would be a rush of anxiety as the scale blinked while I stared down in anticipation. It was the moment that would depict how I approached my day. Would I be positive and embrace the day happily because the number was a whole .1 lower than yesterday morning? Or would I angrily start brushing my teeth and threaten myself to only eat a salad for today because the number was a whole .1 higher than yesterday? This was how I lived. It was destroying me. And I was completely convinced that this was the only way to be happy. This was the only way I would get to where I was supposed to be in order to become a mother. I repeated to myself that the only way to be happy was to be skinny. So I lost weight. And it never felt like it was enough. I worked out only to lose weight, rather than the way I do now where I focus more on how it makes me feel. But then I had Maci. For the first time, I felt thankful for my body. There was a moment after she was born that I stood in the hospital bathroom just before I took my first postpartum shower. I was only in my robe as I stared into the mirror. I almost remember it in slow motion because I had avoided a mirror for years, even throughout most of my pregnancy. Locking eyes with myself, I tugged the string and the robe separated a few inches. I froze for a few seconds before I let the robe fall down to the ground. And there I was. I saw me for what felt like the very first time, but after another few seconds, I closed my eyes. I turned around and walked towards the shower. This moment was just the beginning of my self-love journey. It doesn’t happen quickly. But it never would have happened had I not tried.” 💗 Image & Caption by @meg.boggs. ✨ #this_is_postpartum #takebackpostpartum

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2. “Recunoscatoare pentru acest corp care mi-a hranit bebelusii. I-am spus lui Ira sa imi arate muschii si a luat provocarea in serios. Sanii mei sunt in mod constant de doua marimi diferite, dar partea buna este ca simt ca imi revine energia.”

3. “Asa arata postpartum si este in regula pentru mine. Cred ca cel mai important lucru pe care mamele pot sa si-l ofere una alteia este sa transmita in mod sincer si iubitor povestile noastre. Zilele de dupa nastere au fost ascunse de ochii tuturor pana recent si cred ca s-a intamplat astfel deoarece imaginea stomacului meu care parea inca insarcinat, lenjeria imensa si tampoanele medicale erau prea greu de suportat si nu o priveliste placuta. Vreau sa schimb povestea. Vergeturile care imi umplu partea inferioara a stomacului sunt cu adevarat preferatele mele. Iar corpul mamei mele, exact asa cum este, reprezinta un memento constant al perioadei in care am crescut. Atunci cand m-am marit cu dragoste. Atunci cand am avut voie sa indraznesc. Si atunci cand m-am modelat usor.

Cred ca marimea si forma pe care o am in prezent sunt incredibil de frumoase. Cred ca merita fiecare gram de dragoste pe care lumea il are de oferit. Il gasesc mult mai atractiv si incredibil si sexy si minunat decat orice alta fiinta umana ar putea. Acesta este scopul meu, mamelor. Cea mai puternica speranta pentru fiecare mama si femeie este sa simta la fel de multa bucurie, impacare si admiratie pentru corpurile lor la fel cum simt pentru al meu. Mi-a luat peste doi ani sa ajung in acest loc mental si emotional. Si a meritat pe deplin. Noile mame, veterane de razboi, si fiecare mama din lume, haideti sa continuam sa spunem o versiune diferita a povestii pe care societatea ne-o dicteaza despre experienta postpartum. Haideti sa modificam cursul povestii despre cum ne fac casele noastre fizice sa ne simtim, cele care au lasat miracole sa se intample. Haideti sa ripostam cu acceptare si adoratie pentru noi insine. Deoarece suntem minunate”.

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“This is #postpartum and this is A-OK by me. 🦋 I think the biggest thing moms can offer each other is to lovingly and honestly share our stories. The days after giving #birth have been largely hidden away from public sharing until recently, and I think that may be because there’s an implication that the image of my still pregnant-looking stomach and gauze undies and medical pads might be too much to handle or not pleasing to see. I want to change that narrative. The stretch marks that cascade across my lower stomach are truly one of my favorite parts about my body now. And my mom bod – exactly as it is – serves as a constant reminder of a moment in time when I vulnerably grew. When I lovingly expanded. When I courageously allowed. And when I easily softened. I find my current size and shape to be utterly beautiful. I find it worthy of every ounce of love this world has to offer. I probably find it more attractive and incredible and sexy and awesome than any other human being will. Which is the goal, mamas. My deepest hope for every single mom – and woman – is to feel as much joy, peace of mind, and admiration for their own bodies as I do for mine. It’s taken over two years of hard work to get to this mental and emotional place. And it has been every bit worth it. New moms, seasoned veterans, and every single mother in between – let’s all continue telling a different version of the story society likes to dictate to us about the postpartum experience. Let’s rise up in our narrative of how we feel about the physical homes that have made miracles happen. Let’s fight back with full acceptance and adoration for ourselves. Because we are amazing.” 🎉 Words and image by @thelindsaywolf . . . . . . . . #effyourbeautystandards #thisispostpartum #ihaveembraced #plussize #plussizepregnancy #motherhood #stretchmarks #givingbirth #youareworthy #selflove #bodypositive #postpartumbody #mombod #love #allbodiesaregoodbodies #loveyourself #this_is_postpartum

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