Working mother .
What about mothers who do not dare to breastfeed, because they want to return to work?The answer depends on the work schedules and on how soon you need to return to it.If the mother goes to work only eight hours, she can breastfeed, skipping one feeding.Even if the mother is unable to feed after returning to work, you should start with breastfeeding, if you have left one or two months.
There are other ways to show affection to the child. Suppose you want to breastfeed, but you can not.Will suffer if a child is physically or emotionally?No, do not worry too much about it.If you will carefully prepare the mixture and to keep in touch with your doctor, it is very likely that your child will thrive physically.And if you give him a bottle, hold it in her arms, he emotionally receive the same satisfaction as the breast.Some mothers, having read what is written by psychologists and psychiatrists about the importance of breastfeeding, and sometimes begin to think that bottle-fed children grow up not so happy.
In other words, there are hundreds of ways that a mother shows her devotion to the baby and gaining his trust.Breastfeeding - only one of them is good, but not the only one.When the husband gives his wife flowers, he thereby shows his love for her.But no sensible wife, has other evidence of the love and devotion to her husband, would not despair unless he gives her flowers.Maybe you think that I am exaggerating.But once again I want to emphasize this fact.Having read and heard plenty of opinions, the mother placed all their hopes on breastfeeding.And if you can not breastfeed, they begin to think that their child betrayed and defeated as women.This exaggeration of the value of breastfeeding is not supported by the facts, and despair in the case of failure it seriously affects the mother and child, respectively.In the end, cheerful and cheerful mother needed him more than breastmilk.
It should be remembered that the production of milk in the mother's breast depends on the activity of the glands and from the hospital daily routine - neither on the one nor on the other mother has no power.So do not blame yourself for the failures of breastfeeding.
Think of breastfeeding, not as the testing of your devotion child (in the past thousands of mothers grown children without much devotion to them) or how about checking your physical and moral qualities (it does not), but simply as a good practice, which
can rejoice if it turns out, but do not despair, and if nothing comes out.
Most women who want to breastfeed find that with each subsequent child they do better - probably as a result of experience and strengthen self-confidence.