Diese Frauen zeigen ihren Körper nach der Schwangerschaft

In den sozialen Netzwerken sieht man häufig dass Eltern, häufig Bilder von ihren Neugeborenen Kinder im Internet veröffentlichen. Meistens sind man die frischgebackenen Eltern und ihr Neugeborenes auf diesen Bildern. Was wir jedoch nicht sehen, sind die Veränderungen des Körpers der Mutter, welche meistens ein Leben lang bleiben. Leider sind viele Frauen voller Scham bezogen auf ihren Körper direkt nach der Schwangerschaft. Doch eigentlich gibt es gar keinen Grund dazu. Dieses Problem kennt eigentlich nahezu jede Mutter, welche bereits ein Kind geboren hat. Wir zeigen euch in diesem Beitrag sieben Frauen, welche auf Instagram direkt nach der Geburt ihres Kindes Fotos von sich veröffentlicht haben. Damit sollen andere Frauen ermuntert werden, damit sie ihren Körper so akzeptieren wie er ist:

1.) Sie war Schwanger mit zehn Kindern, von denen zwar “nur” fünf lebend geboren sind, es aber trotzdem ein Wunder ist

2.) Der Körper einer Frau vier Monate nach der Entbindung

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•B o d y P o s i t i v e• At almost 4 months postpartum, this is my body today. I'm not one of the women who can just 'bounce back' after having a baby. I've gone back and forth I don't know how many times about posting this photo. I've been trying my best not to get down about my body since having Holden, but it's been a bit hard at times. There are days when I feel pretty good about myself, and then there are days where I don't even want to look in the mirror. But every time I start feeling poorly about my body, I remind myself that I just GREW A HUMAN inside of me. For nearly 10 months, my body changed and grew a little more every day with a growing baby inside of it. And that feeling trumps any and all of the poor feelings I have about myself. It makes me snuggle her a little harder and look at her a little longer. Because for me, motherhood isn't about getting my body back or being able to fit into my pre-pregnancy clothes. It's about spending every moment possible loving on my precious babe and building that special bond with her. 🖤 Words and image by @august.bea. • • • #postpartum #postpartumbody #nobounceback #thisisme #webothhaverolls #mombod #bodypositive #igrewahumaninthere #takebackpostpartum

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3.) Ein Lächeln nach der Schwangerschaft

4.) Ein ehrliches Foto nach der Geburt des Kindes

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"When I was pregnant, I knew I wanted to take an honest postpartum picture, and this is mine. I thought it would be different. I thought I'd have some pregnancy pudge, loose skin, maybe stretch marks. Instead there are bruises from all the IVs and blood draws, pale skin, hospital maternity underwear, greasy hair because that's my last priority, and a whole bunch of things about me that are trying to "bounce back" that I did not anticipate, things that can't be photographed, only expressed verbally. So I want to thank you all who have taken the time to thank me for, support me in, and encourage me to share my story openly and uncensored either privately or in the comments. All that love helps me feel like it is safe to not be quiet about the reality of my birth and postpartum experience and it reminds me that it's not just for me to mend myself, but also for other women who might feel isolated that need to see their own stories reflected back at them, validated, not hidden in shame. I haven't really been replying to a lot of comments because it makes me cry out of either empathy or gratitude, and right now that much emotional output is a lot. So please know that I'm reading all your lovely words and know that I am beyond grateful for them." 💚 @sculptedfilms #takebackpostpartum

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5.) Die Antwort auf die Frage, wie man seine Vorschwangerschaftsfigur wieder bekommt.

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"I've been wanting to share this for awhile now. Almost everyday, I receive messages from other Mums asking me how I look the way that I do. How I got my 'pre baby body' back. Here's the truth ladies – I DIDN'T. I have the excess skin. I don't have stomach definition the way I used to. My hips are a little wider. I don't want there to be any misconceptions. My body did not just 'bounce back'. Now having said that, I work very hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to FEEL good in my skin. I may not ever look the way I did before I had the twins. And you know what? I'm OK with that. _ I have arms. I have legs. I can see, hear and experience life. My body has done amazing things, why on earth would I punish it? _ Learn to appreciate what you have. It doesn't mean you have to stop working for what you want, just show a little self love along the way." 💕@twinmamadiaries #takebackpostpartum

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6.) Ein glücklicher Moment einer Mutter

7.) Diese Frau hat Krebs, eine Amputation und drei Geburten überstanden! Respekt!!

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"Deep breaths…..this is me. This is my body. My body as a cancer survivor, as an amputee, as the mom to 3. I have the scars to show the battles I have fought, I have the stretch marks to show the babies I have grown. My body tells a story, it's shows my journey……. And yet I have never been so hard on myself and how it looks as I have now. I'm 16 months postpartum, I'm still nursing. My stomach is still soft and my breast will never be as perky as they once were. Today I had to stop the nitpicking… I had to be kind to myself and I had to try to look at myself the way the people I love see me. I had to look at the amazing things this body has done. How can I see only faults in a vessel that has given me so much? This is MY body." @treeoflifedoula3 #takebackpostpartum

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Zu diesen Fotos gehört viel Mut dazu, Respekt dazu an den Frauen. Wir hoffen dass durch diese Fotos viele Frauen dazu ermutigt werden, dass sie nicht die einzigsten sind die einen bestimmten Schönheitsmakel haben. Denn das ist das natürlichste auf der Welt, den wahrscheinlich jede Mutter hat und es dafür überhaupt keine Gründe gibt sich dafür zu schämen. Weitere Fotos findet ihr auf dem Instagram-Kanal von takebackpostpartum.