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#thisispostpartum: η νέα καμπάνια στο Instagram λέει την αλήθεια για το σώμα μετά τη γέννα

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#thisispostpartum: η νέα καμπάνια στο Instagram λέει την αλήθεια για το σώμα μετά τη γέννα

Μια νέα καμπάνια στο Instagram με την ονομασία #thisispostpartum έρχεται να πει την αλήθεια για το σώμα της γυναίκας μετά τη γέννα. Βάζοντας παύση σε όλες εκείνες τις δημοσιεύσεις υπερηφάνειας για επαναφορά του σώματος μέσα σε μέρες που δημιουργεί πραγματικό πρόβλημα σε πολλές πολλές μαμάδες!

Κάπως έτσι πολλές μητέρες που έχουν λογαριασμό στο Instagram, δημοσίευσαν φωτογραφίες τους μετά τον τοκετό προκειμένου να δείξουν πώς είναι το γυναικείο σώμα μετά τη γέννα. Το #thisispostpartum ξεκίνησε από την blogger Meghan Boggs η οποία είχε ως στόχο της να πάει κόντρα στις δυσκολίες που και η ίδια αντιμετώπισε μετά τη γέννηση του παιδιού της. Η ίδια ένιωθε απογοήτευση με την εικόνα της ωστόσο σκέφτηκε ότι δεν μπορεί να είναι η μοναδική γυναίκα που νιώθει έτσι. Γι’ αυτό και αποφάσισε να ζητήσει και από άλλες γυναίκες που είναι στην ίδια θέση να ενώσουν τις φωνές τους.

 

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#this_is_postpartum . A few months ago, I posted a postpartum photo similar to this for the very first time. It was the most terrifying thing for me, and it definitely had backlash. I just wanted to feel comfortable in my own skin, even though I had online strangers telling me to stop blaming being fat on postpartum. I just wanted to be the person that I needed to see while at my lowest of lows as I entered the postpartum reality. And the truth is, I felt very alone in what I was sharing as a plus size mother. I quickly realized why moms like me weren’t sharing about this topic openly on social media. So even though I knew there would be criticism, I knew it was important for me, and for others like me, to share my story. And to post the photos and talk about this. Because this is postpartum. . Towards the beginning of the summer, I started thinking about reaching out to other mothers and asking them to share with me. Asking mothers of every size and shape to stand up with me and to show that not all of our experiences are the same. We aren’t doing this alone. And today, those strong mothers are standing up. We are sharing our stories. Some of us for the very first time and some of us for the hundredth time. But every time is meaningful. Our journey is meaningful. Every part of our postpartum experience is normal and we all fall on to some part of its wide spectrum. So today, and from now on, let’s share. Let’s stand up. Let’s embrace our postpartum bodies together. Whether you’re plus size, full of loose skin, stretch marked up or scarred. All of it is postpartum. All of it counts. All of it means something. Because all of it is part of you. And you, mama, are worthy. . For the entire project, find the link in my bio and in my stories to the video for This Is Postpartum. Use the hashtag #this_is_postpartum and share your story. Be a part of the project and join the mission to help change the narrative of postpartum bodies. #esto_es_posparto . This is postpartum, and so is this (swipe to continue the loop) 👉🏼 @thefortintrio. . Tee: @themomculture

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη Meghan 🌷 (@meg.boggs) στις

 

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#this_is_postpartum Are you ready for a little vulnerability? This is so hard to do because with social media you are judged from every single angle + every time I open up there is always some form of negativity {even though the positive far outweighs the negative – I’d be lying if I said those rude comments don’t hurt a little} But here it goes – There was a period of time where I can honestly say I didn’t love myself. I hated the way I looked. I hated the way I felt. I was completely insecure with who I was and had even lost sight of who I wanted to be or what I wanted to accomplish in life. I felt as if everything I did was wrong + a complete failure After being pregnant with our first, I went through some pretty dark times. I put on a mask and mastered covering it up, but there were some nights I simply cried on the side of our bed. Poor Brandon probably thought I was crazy woman & wondered what he’d gotten himself into Fast forward 8+ years and 3 kids later – I no longer want to care what “the world” thinks. I no longer strive to be who my previous self thought “they” want I’m working hard to love myself along with my imperfections + just work to become my best self These 3 little minions are constantly watching + learning from my example They see me look in the mirror and scrutinize every flaw + imperfection And I have to ask myself this question Is this the kind of self love that I want them to have for themselves OR am I doing the exact opposite Some days insecurities want to sneak in and continue to tell me that I’m not good enough, I’m not working hard enough, I’m never going to be perfect or look the way so-and-so does — no matter how many hours in the gym But I’m working on it, I’m working on me. I’m allowing myself to work on becoming better while embracing my flaws and imperfections. I still have such a long way to go but I am a momma to 3 of the most perfect creations & for that I can celebrate THIS is postpartum. And so is this 👉@chasingmcallisters

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη Camille Griffin (@lifeasagriffin) στις

 

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👆🏻#this_is_postpartum👇🏻 • Listen. There are a lot of things that suck about postpartum. I won’t mince words. Sleep becomes a distant memory, your body aches in new ways and in new places, and the “new you” feels like an unwelcome stranger. Drastic hormone shifts cause emotional instability and a host of physical manifestations. Adding a new human to the family, whether it’s the tenth or the first, creates a new dynamic and introduces a major learning curve into a household. There is never enough rest. There is never enough help. • Mounting pressures from society reverberate in our mind to “lose the baby weight”, “get our body back”, or get into our old jeans ASAP. We compare our pilgrimage to other mothers, feeling inadequate when they publicly celebrate their parenting wins and quick recoveries. Postpartum is a breeding ground for shame and insecurity. • Hear me, mama. The journey looks different for everyone. While it’s true that some people have a very easy transition into motherhood and instantly love their new body, it is the minority. I promise. Your new normal might feel uncomfortable, scary, and heartbreaking at times. This is normal. This is postpartum. • I’m asking you today for a favor. I’m asking you to look in the mirror. Promise me you’ll get to know the woman in the reflection, little by little, day by day. Acknowledge her. Appreciate her. Value her. Respect her. Don’t push her to look a certain way or achieve things on anyone else’s timeline. Feel free not to fall in love with all the new rolls and wrinkles and thin hair and sun spots, but, respect them. They are simply the physical evidence of surviving the most intense and incredible process that a human being is afforded, and THAT is something to be proud of. • #this_is_postpartum & so is this @moderndaywonderland (head to her profile to follow the loop). #esto_es_posparto

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη Katie | Atlanta Blogger (@katiemcrenshaw) στις

 

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{Postpartum}⠀ #fourthtrimester 💕 living in the newborn haze of sleep deprivation, unmade beds, pjs all day, too much tv, millions of nappies and breastfeeding.all.day 🤱⠀ ⠀ I’ve been so honest with you all through my pregnancy journey, and I wanted to continue to be honest after. I don’t want people to think I’ve just bounced back (😂lol) or suddenly to hide myself away – why should I share photos of my big bump and be proud of it, then suddenly become ashamed as soon as the baby is out? 🤷‍♀️⠀ ⠀ ⠀ As a society, we are so conditioned to hide our postpartum bodies, to be ashamed of loose skin and stretch marks and saggy bellies and breasts. Theres so much pressure to bounce back, suck it in, cover it up… But the stupidest part is that most of us have it, to some degree or another!! 🤷‍♀️⠀ So why the hell are we all hiding away – fear of judgement? We should be proud of our bodies that grew, nourished and birthed our precious babies, and continue to feed them once they’re out. ⠀ ⠀ I would be lying if I said I loved the way my body looks now, but I’m ok with it. Carrying two very large babies, gaining and losing 33kg then gaining another 25kg and having 2 c cections (which by the way – I had no idea about the C-section tum until I got it 😬) has left me with lots of loose skin, more stretch marks than I’d ever imagined and a bellybutton that is unrecognizable. ⠀ But I’m not out to try and “get my body back”… why? because it never bloody went anywhere!! It was here the whole time, growing humans – I’m pretty sure I should be giving it a damn break not punishing it when it’s done so much for me 💕⠀ ⠀ Plus, right now I just want to eat when I’m hungry (which is ALL the time) take it slow and enjoy this precious time, because it will be over in the blink of an eye! 💙💜⠀ (Re 📸 @sarahbaughen )

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη PREGNANCY & PARENTHOOD (@bellabaebump) στις