TABS, the common acronym for Trauma and Birth Stress...
...can include having had a traumatic birth experience as well as the experience of postnatal depression that may follow a traumatic or non-traumatic birth. Unfortunately, this syndrome has become more common, or at least more recognized/reported.
There are many books that can help you through your healing process from TABS. Read some, and do the work suggested. Also, please work with health professionals in both conventional and natural health. In fact, do everything you can to heal. Use your faith and family to find a way forward. Do not settle for having a life of bitterness, fear, anger, or depression from a birthing experience.
It’s so easy to assume that “once a traumatic birth, always a traumatic birth.” But many traumatized women and men have been totally unprepared for and blown away by a subsequent birth being a lovely experience.
Birthing Better with The Pink Kit Method® has been used successfully by thousands of families who have experienced diverse types of birth trauma. You can learn birth and coaching skills that will reduce and may even prevent physical and emotional trauma, by helping you keep your attitude focused on what you are doing for yourself in every single moment.
Every birth is unique. The healing from birth trauma is unique, as well, yet is often aided by aspects of our commonality.
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