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Looking Back

Posted Dec 31 2010 9:53am
I was holding my baby last night before putting her down to sleep for the night and it reminded me of when she was first born. During that time it was difficult for me to stand in one place for a long period of time. I'm not sure if it was my anxiety or the after effects some women get after having a baby. I mean, afterall, we carried a human being in our body for 9 months - it's got to make an impact on postpartum, right? I would find myself feeling dizzy being in one place for a lengthy duration of time, and sometimes I feel that way when I'm running errands still. But it's so nice to be in my own home and be able to hold my child without feeling what I summed up as "strange." I held onto her a little longer last night and thought to myself, "It does get better." Then I thought of all those other women out there who may be at the start of their issues with anxiety who are feeling like their will never change...so I wanted to write this blog to tell you that if you manage your anxiety it can get better over time.


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