I can't even tell you how deeply I can relate to this lady's story.
After having two c sections, and two pregnancies (one of them being a twin pregnancy), I have that exact same "waddle of flesh" she so honestly talks about.
At times it feels like it's not even part of me. Like it's a foreign object that is just attached to my body and it has been something I've been ashamed of for the past 4 years.
But I've decided to talk about it and will be posting more on the topic because I know there are many women out there in the same situation and I know the pain they are in.
I also know that in the grand scheme of things, there are more important things in life than having a flat tummy and I am the first one to say that we are all beautiful just the way are.
However, it is completely okay to want to change something if that thing makes you unhappy, whether it is a bad relationship, a job, or something about your appearance.
Because we all deserve to be happy.
And most importantly, remember that your post-pregnancy body is going to be different to your body when you were 16.
Remember that you are not alone and that there is no shame or judgment.
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