a safe place to talk about birth trauma (physical or mental)
I am a woman. I am a daughter. I am a sister. I am an educated individual. I am a wife. I am a mother. I am an advocate. I am me.
I am me. But, does everyone know the real me? Sometimes I feel as though I keep a major part of my life locked away, accessible to only those who I know will not judge nor stigmatize. Since the obstetric trauma, in March 2008, I feel as though I have compartmentalized pieces of myself. In starting my blog, in August 2011, I became an advocate. Though largely anonymous, my blog seeks to expose people to the very real ramifications of birth trauma, both emotional and physical. My journey in blogging led me to becoming a Patient Ambassador for Medtronic Interstim therapy, and a facilitator for our local bowel disorders support group. These two endeavors allow me…
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