When Amanda Munday returned home after the breech birth of her daughter, she was in shock, both physically and emotionally. It’s no wonder, really: Four hours after giving birth, she was discharged. The 36-year-old mother of two vividly recalls her first few weeks of motherhood: “I couldn’t sleep. I started to feel really high anxiety that the baby would die. Then I started to tell myself, ‘If the baby dies, I’ll kill myself,’” she told HuffPost Canada.
Though she wasn’t aware of it at the time, Munday was in the throes of
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“I was overcome with overwhelming emotions,” said Maria Lianos-Carbone of her experience of becoming a mother for the first time. The Toronto mother recalls wondering how a new mother could have such feelings of sadness. “When I held my baby…I felt intense love and pride, but it was mixed with frustration and concern,” she said.Lianos-Carbone revealedthat the feelings continued, …read more
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