Being a mother brings challenges. The dreamed baby does not always correspond to the actual baby.
It is common to experience disorientation in the first weeks after delivery. Will I be able to breastfeed? Why does my baby cry? Am I being a good mother?
To overcome is to discover that in the small space between one tear and another, there are rivers of courage.
Hormonal changes after birth, as well as tiredness and sleep deprivation bring emotions to the surface. Although it is common for the mother to feel angry, sad, and sorry, there are no safe spaces to talk about all of this. Motherhood involves crossing a portal to find, in a very different reality, our own shadow. In the face of the desperation of the early days, the right accompaniment makes the difference.
To achieve more peaceful days, all the mother needs is someone who will listen and support her without judgment… giving her reliable information, in a simple and effective way, so she can feel able to overcome the challenges of motherhood.