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Mæður hafa sett af stað herferð um líkamsást eftir fæðingu

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Mæður út um allan heim hafa sett af stað herferð sem gengur út á það að fagna líkama sínum eins og hann er eftir fæðingu. Líkamar kvenna eru jafn mismunandi og þeir eru margir en lang flestar konur viðurkenna það að þær finna fyrir ákveðinni pressu um að komast sem fyrst í form eftir fæðingu.

Hvort sem konur eru að horfa á fræga fólkið eða bara vinkonur sínar þá getur verið erfitt að bera sjálfa sig ekki saman við aðrar konur sem hafa einnig gengið í gegnum fæðingu nýlega. Sérstaklega þegar konum finnst líkami þeirra ekki ganga nógu vel til baka. Það að eiga erfitt með að létta sig, slit, ör og laus húð getur haft áhrif á sjálfsöryggi kvenna og mörgum finnst þær ekki vera að gera rétta hluti.

Mæður um allan heim hafa því sett myndir af líkama sínum eins og hann er eftir fæðingu á Instagram undir „hashtaggið“ #PostpartumBelly eða #PostpartumBody. Hér fyrir neðan má sjá nokkrar flottar mæður deila myndum sínum og hvetjum við íslenskar konur til þess að taka þátt í herferðinni og fagna líkama sínum eins og hann er.

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You don’t need surgery to transform your body! I believe we should all love ourselves and any “imperfections” we might have but if you do really want to change yourself you can safely with the right attitude, diet and working out 💪🏾 my body has completely changed just from eating as clean&lean as possible (but not starving myself or depriving myself of anything!!), making sure I drink enough water and lifting weights. It is so difficult to change your mind to live a different lifestyle but once you do and see results it becomes so much easier…and fun! Posting this #transformationtuesday to give you a little motivation and the push to finally start achieving your body goals while you love yourself! I think I look amazing in both pictures but I wanted to make and change so I did 👊🏾💗 #postpartumfitness #fitmum #csection #bodypositive

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I have seriously tried to post this picture maybe 4 or 5 times? Every time I close out of Instagram, feeling sick to my stomach. This is my postpartum body. Being plus size, I was already insecure about my stomach. I was already overweight and wasn’t where I wanted to be health wise. Then, I got pregnant. And I knew I was only going to get bigger. I struggled with my pregnant body but soon accepted it and truly began to love it. Around 34 weeks, I felt my skin stretching and getting itchy. I couldn’t imagine my stomach growing much more. But it did. 5 months after the birth of my baby girl, this is what I’m left with. Extra flab. Twisting and winding stretch marks. Love handles. A droopy belly button. And a handful of insecurity. I’ve started dieting and (hopefully soon- motivation where you at?) exercising. I took this picture to be my “before” shot. But as I stared at it more in disgust, the more I found myself shutting the inner me up. I grew a human being inside of this body! I nourished her and kept her safe. I changed my entire diet and gave myself shots for her. And this body continues to nourish her as we have been exclusively breastfeeding for 5 months now. I am beyond thankful for this belly of flub. I’m thankful for every stretch mark and every roll. My body is a bad ass. And no one can change that. • • #takebackpostpartum #mypostpartumjourney #mommyvlogger #momblogger

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What you don’t see in the left pic is my cellulite & loose/stretched skin. So I zoomed in to show you in high definition! 😆 In certain lighting and positions you can see them but most of the time you can’t. The more you look for these so called “flaws” in yourself or others the more you’ll find! My advice is to stop looking for them! 😝👍🏼 I’ve noticed a fair amount of comments from women saying things like “you didn’t get any loose skin or stretch marks from being pregnant” – I did, but they’re just not obvious unless I take a close up pic like this! I couldn’t care less if my tummy stays like this forever – I’m proud of my body and love it for everything it does, ESPECIALLY for growing my little Mia. 🙌🏼💗 Some stretch marks, loose skin, or cellulite don’t make me love my body any less – quite the opposite actually. 😃 . Striving for mental and physical health and being the best I can is my priority and I hope it’s your priority too. 😊 . Remember, it’s not about who has it worse or who has it “easy” – those arguments will never help you, in fact they usually become excuses that prevent you from working towards the things you really want in life. Don’t give up on yourself before you even try! Dont compare your journey, body, life etc. to anyone else’s – focus on your own journey and be proud of everything you achieve. You are capable and you are worthy. 👊🏼😘 . . 6.5 months postpartum 💕 . .

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C-Section Awareness month💫 On October 31st our sweet baby Luka was born via Emergency C- Section. Due to his umbilical cord being wrapped around his neck it was Causing him to have D cells (When their heart rate drops Dangerously low) my midwife Was frightened that his heart rate Would drop too low & not come back Up. I remember everything going so Fast… & having thoughts of loosing my sweet boy that I have carried for nine months, I couldn’t imagine living without him. & I didn’t like the fact that I was imagining it at the time…… They put me in a wheelchair & Had me signing papers left & right. In a blink of a eye 👁✨ my body was laid on a table getting cut open to save Luka. I remember feeling like less of a mother That I wasn’t able to deliver my baby Myself and embrace what Mother Nature Intended for us. I remember shaking uncontrollably for hours after & I didn’t Want to hold him because I was terrified I would drop him. & The struggle of getting out of that hospital bed for the first time. I am here to tell all of the C-section mamas that we are warriors too! We all faced different struggles & Came out stronger than before. I have never loved my body more Since having this scar. This is the scar of love. This is the constant reminder Of my sons miracle birth & no one Could make me forget that. • • #csectionawareness #csectionrecovery #recovery #bodypositive #loveyourself #childbirth #postpartum #selflove #embraceyourself #momswithtattoos #momswithcameras #coloredhair #arcticfoxhaircolor #momtogs

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My postpartum belly! I took this image a few days ago for my own progress update and didn't think I would be posting it here cause I was in such a vulnerable state in this given moment. Here's why I'm posting, in a very friendly conversation this week someone said to me, well maybe you're not working hard enough and that if you exercise more and if you were maybe choosing healthy choices for foods (yes I did have a glass of wine in my hand at the time) that you would have a flat stomach again. I laughed it off at the moment and defended my choices for what I eat and my workouts. Later that night it hit me like a ton of bricks and I'm here to address it. This stomach you see here is a result of two things, loose skin and an ab separation. My current weight is back to pre baby weight so all of me believes my stomach has nothing to do with my overall weight. Why is there such a misconception about getting rid of my postpartum stomach and marks through diet and exercise? Most of you know how hard I've been at staying healthy and active… And I have to admit there are some days where I push too much and find I'm dizzy. Dizzy from not eating enough or forgetting to eat. Dizzy from worrying about am I eating too much, am I eating the right thing? I'm here to tell you while it's good that you're conscious about making right choices be caution about what's realistic and what's harmful. Yes I'm upset about not feeling like my body is mine anymore, like it's a complete strangers, but I'm showing it off to you which clearly means I'm wearing it proudly. It's most definitely a process learning to love the new me, and it's ok if I'm not there yet, I just know that I don't hate me. My goals are really there to let me feel happy and accomplished. I just need to stop apologizing for my body, stop allowing that outside voice to tell me that I should work harder and what my body should really look like. I need to accept that someone else's issues with me and my postpartum body is because of their own insecurities. My body has given me and nurtured two beautiful little humans and for that I'm beyond proud! ❤️ #teamself

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Tonight I’m sharing this photo I took a few weeks ago whilst on holiday. I didn’t post it at the time and I don’t actually really know why. I guess it’s because it’s not picture perfect. There’s a loo roll in the background to start with! But I took this photo because I remember looking at myself and feeling relief. I started thinking about how far I’ve come on my journey to self love. And then I started thinking about the reality of social media, and the reality is life isn’t picture perfect. And we’re all guilty of posting our most ‘flattering’ photos. This body is not a before, not an after, not a work in progress. This is my body now. Far too long I’ve tried to ‘bounce back’ tried to shed the ‘baby weight’ tried to ‘cut the cake’. Not anymore. I guess what I just want to say to live your life, forget about silly numbers. Be yourself. I’ve spent too long hating myself, being my own worst enemy. Its time to end this battle between my body and my mind. It’s time to be me. . . . . . . . @nonairbrushedme #nonairbrushedme #effyourbeautystandards #everybodyisbeatiful #selflove #takebackpostpartum #postpartum #mumbod #bodyconfidence #bodypositive #nofilter #loveyourlines

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