Don’t Worry, Mom – Your Babies Will Always Need You
Confessions of a mom who doesn’t worry
Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. Don't Worry, Mom. Suddenly, I was responsible for my life and the life of another person — a person I was growing! That led to a million new "What ifs. I thought that if I made it through the pregnancy , my worries would decrease, because then the sole responsibility for the child would not lie with me — I could blame my husband for anything that went wrong.
Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. How a little boy's Halloween costume provides inspiration to be who you are. Listen to your body.
By Lauren Apfel laurenapfel. I have very few memories of checking on my babies as they slept, of creaking open the nursery door, at the risk of waking them, in order to soothe myself with the soft rise and fall of their chests. In an age where parents watch their children obsessively on video monitors—a constant proof of life—I have never owned one. Put simply, I am not an anxious mother and, as my kids have grown from infants to toddlers to tweens, this lack of anxiety has stayed the course.