Having a C-Section Doesn’t Mean You Failed at Giving Birth

Libby, 38, said, “I think most of the shame is self-inflicted. I think a lot of people take others’ individual commentary personally sometimes, but it’s just projection. For instance, I might say I felt disappointed that I had a C-section. Hypothetically, a person I’m speaking to also had a C-section and does not feel disappointed, but somehow feels attacked for not feeling disappointed that she did not have a natural birth. Does that make sense? I think it’s normal and all part of how a woman accepts and copes with the way her birth went amidst a slew of hormonal emotions postpartum. We all want to bond and relate to one another as mothers, but the reality is that while we are all women, we are all also individuals with different goals and expectations, personalities, and emotional temperaments.”


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