Pregnancy Identity Crisis

Having a baby is a BIG life change for everyone involved. How do you grapple with changes and keep a sense of identity? Kelly Maher gives Lyndsey Fifield a pep talk (with all the best advice she learned from fellow lady brains Mary Katharine and Elisha) – this is a must-listen for moms-to-be (and also dads-to-be looking for ways to support their spouses).

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  1. Stina Member

    I suffered from hyperemesis gravitation during pregnancy. I could also smell a huge difference in my body odor. Very strange sensations.

    My first pregnancy it wasn’t as bad as I had always wanted this and there was the excitement of a new journey.

    It was on round two and three that I had to constantly remind myself that this physical space I was in and feeling invaded by body snatchers was temporary. There were times where it was a constant refrain because I had forgotten what “normal” was.

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