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After thorough planning, congrats! You and your spouse are finally expecting a baby. Not everyone has a chance to experience pregnancy. It is an exciting and joyful moment that many couples wish to share. However, it can also be stressful.
Your pregnant partner will most likely experience a roller coaster of feelings and emotions. On top of that, she will have to go through drastic physical changes in her body as the baby grows bigger. And for her, that is hard to deal with.
So what can you do to make this pregnancy easier for her? As a partner, you have an essential role while she's pregnant and until after the baby arrives. This article will teach you to be supportive, so your partner won't feel alone.
Pregnancy is teamwork. You cannot just let your partner go through it alone. Society now expects a pregnant woman's spouse or partner to be more engaged in the whole ordeal than ever before. This means that you need to make adjustments to give your partner a comfortable space.
You might not be the one to give birth to the baby, but there are other ways for you to be involved. What's great about being involved in the pregnancy is that it promotes positive effects on your relationship with your partner and her overall health while she's pregnant.
Expectant mothers tend to get highly stressed during pregnancy, impacting their physical and mental health. And according to research, the stress that pregnant women feel directly affects the baby's health, so they must receive utmost care and support.
If this is your first child, try to learn as much about how pregnancy affects women. Read books about the changes you need to expect for each trimester. For instance, most pregnant women are typically exhausted during their first and third trimesters, but they have more energy in the second trimester.
Whether it's your first or third child, you can offer support in these ways:
But there are other ways to support your partner. Read more below.
Here are a few ways you can support your partner emotionally:
A pregnant woman might feel several discomforts during her second to the third trimester. Back pain and feeling sick are pretty normal, so make sure to assist her when she feels discomfort. You can do this by doing the following:
Your role does not end once the baby arrives. In fact, it gets even bigger. Here are ways you can be your wife's rock:
Last but not least, give yourself some time to adjust. The new mom might need it more than you do, but you need to take care of yourself too. Don't feel as if everyone is ignoring you because everybody focuses on the mom and the baby. Many people think that way. However, you need to be stronger now more than ever.
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