Žene diljem svijeta pokazuju svoje tijelo poslije poroda bez uljepšavanja

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Tvrtka Knix u svojem je istraživanju utvrdila da je 56 posto majki doživjelo postpartumsku depresiju. Takva se stanja i dalje skrivaju od javnosti, a prezentiraju se samo dobre strane roditeljstva.

Zbog toga se mnoge žene osjećaju neshvaćeno. No, zato je Knix pokrenula projekt Life After Birth, odnosno Život poslije poroda u kojem su žene pozvane podijeliti svoje postporođajne fotografije na društvenim mrežama – bez uljepšavanja, samo surova stvarnost.

Jedna je žena podijelila fotografiju svojeg tijela, koje je nosilo trojke. Liječnik joj je savjetovao da pobaci jer neće uspjeti, no ona je odlučila zadržati ih i uspjela je!

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"When I found out I was pregnant with triplets, I wondered how my small body would actually carry 3 babies at one time. My first doctor told me I would have an unsuccessful pregnancy and advised me to selectively reduce. I had to find a doctor to support me and I did. My body stretched and stretched. It transformed into something new and wouldn’t be the same. My stomach is covered in loose saggy skin and stretch marks. I call them my hope wounds and they tell a story that brought me my children, 3 absolute miracles. It's a daily effort to change my perspective and find the beauty that is right before my eyes because it is there.” Desiree Fortin (@theperfectmom) shares about her postpartum transformation. You can find her photo along with many others as part of our @lifeafterbirthproject gallery, coming to Toronto on September 17th! #LifeAfterBirth #knix

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Dijete ne može čekati zbog posla i obaveza.

Ona ne voli svoj postporođajni izgled, ali ga je zavoljela zbog onoga što joj je donio.

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"Do I like my postpartum body? Not particularly, but I am so proud of it. That it was able to carry twins to term and now it provides what they need. Every single day. Nursing twins is not easy. It is not often the magical, wonderful thing you hear breastfeeding mamas rave about. This is work, and there have been days I was ready to quit. Then I remember how amazing it really is. The fact that I have been able to continuously nourish two humans with this stretched, saggy, and scarred body of mine, since conception. And for that, I love my postpartum body.” Lori Yerry (@loriyerry) opens up about self-love in her postpartum body. Follow @lifeafterbirthproject for more stories like hers, as we continue to share words and images from our Life After Birth Gallery to honour the transformative experience of postpartum life.  @carriagehousebirth #LifeAfterBirth #knix

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