The Guilt-Free Guide to Your New Life As a Mom: Practical Ways to Take Care of Yourself, Your Life and Your Baby - All at the Same Time
This accessible and honest guide addresses the physical and emotional needs of babies and mothers alike, providing practical help for relieving anxiety, regaining balance between work and home, and adjusting to physical changes. Discussed are many aspects of being a new mother that others hestitate to talk about, such as what to do if boredom sets in, how to resume a sex life comfortably, and how to deal with the baby's grandparents.
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ADJUSTING TO MOTHERHOOD
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