Mum’s the word
Childbirth is akin to running a marathon and causes anxiety in one out of four new mothers, so why aren’t we talking about it?
It takes time for people to open up, and people don’t always tell you shameful or private things in initial conversations with them, even when you question them directly on the matter.
This has been the lesson of the past week. It’s a lesson we should all know already, but it’s clear we’ve been caught on the hop.
I’m not just talking about the decision by an...
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