5 Replies to “Pregnancy Blues”

  1. If I remember correctly, and it was a couple of decades ago, I think music was a “go-to” when those moods got the best of me. And comfort food. Lastly, you simply can’t nap enough! You’re going to have a lot of broken sleep ahead of you, so try to get some credit built up now in the sleep department! Best wishes.

  2. It's nice of you to do a video about this subject. A lot of women feel guilty about not being happy all the time while pregnant. This is a stressful situation for your mind and body (hormones!!!). Thanks for your tips!

  3. I didn't know I was pregnant until 5 months (yes, I am heavy set and older) so just brushed it off as "body/life changes", anyway I am so glad I had my boy but honestly between in denial and what I mentioned that was happening I went on working full time in a stressful position until I couldn't anymore. I was happy, sad… so many mixed emotions especially since my son's dad left us as I was in labor so it was a VERY emotional time. My parents helped me a lot feeling like I have support (thankfully they had me very young and are/were healthy to do this with me since I had him late in life). I knew something wasn't right before this, I was just thinking it was something else than reality. I was tired, craving certain things and very emotional and that wasn't good since I am that way normally, ha! I am so happy for you guys, just take one day at a time and know you are normal for however you are feeling each and every day (it might change day to day, week to week or month to month and that is ok, just go with the flow because it will all be worth it in the end. We all experience different things, good and bad).

  4. Music was and still is almost 32 years after my first pregnancy something I use to lift my spirits. Sometimes good old time gospel, sometimes classical, and sometimes songs that just make me happy to hear.

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