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3 Important Ways to Stay Confident During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is different for all women. While some may feel ecstatic every moment of their pregnancy, others may not be so lucky. Some women may feel down and worry a lot. It can be very emotional. Others may have a sincere lack of self-esteem due to body changes. This can be hormonal or physical changes that affect your mental health. When you become pregnant, there are a lot of things you need to remember.

First of all, it is the most natural thing in the world. You were born to do it, and pregnancy only lasts nine months, so it’s not like it is forever. Besides, once the baby is born, you may feel very different from how you feel now. Nevertheless, let’s have a look at a few ways to can stay confident during pregnancy:


How you feel is dependent on how you think. And constantly worrying is not going to increase your levels of confidence. The good news is techniques such as meditation and other mindfulness practices can help you quieten your mind and become calmer and more confident. This can be especially beneficial during pregnancy when you really do not want to be stressed all the time. So, take a look at some meditation techniques. All you need are around ten minutes a day to practice this.


Focus on Positive Things

Your body is going to change. There is nothing you can do about it. So, instead of fighting this change, embrace it. What you are doing is an amazing thing. What could be more important than bringing new life into this world? Every morning when you wake up, say some positive things to yourself. It does matter what it is, as long as you can start each day with a positive feeling. Remember this too, as we age, our bodies change, absolutely no one has the body in late middle age that they had in their youth, and what is wrong with that.

Age means that you lived, and having a baby can transform your life into something so much more. Also, focus on the things you can do to make the arrival easier, such as getting all the clothes, prams, etc., ready, prepping your finances. It is natural to worry, and it may even be a bad sign if you are not. So, turn your worrying into something constructive and positive. In a few months, you are going to have the best thing in the world, a new baby.


Don’t Suffer in Silence

There is no shame in needing a little bit of extra help. The last thing you want is to bottle things up, so talk to someone if you feel low, a friend who is already a mother may be best as they are more likely to understand and remember what pregnancy is like and how it makes you feel. Also, if you need other help due to pain, why not see a pregnancy chiropractor. Maybe ask your partner for a few shoulder massages too. This is your pregnancy, and you have the power to make it easier if you wish.


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Jennifer is the Owner of TWL and Co-Owner of a Influencer Facebook Group Influential Mamas.  Along with blogging + freelance writing and selling Zyia Activewear, she is a mom, army wife and full-time teacher. Jennifer lives in Washington State and is a born + raised New Yorker. In her spare time, she loves traveling, yoga, the beach, writing, listening to books and drinking coffee.

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