Why Blogging Can Help You as a Mother?
As a mother, the moment you saw the double red lines in your pregnancy test kit, you know your life is changed forever. There is no turning back, no do over, nothing can undone what has been done when you become a mother your life will spiraled into a new concept what existence could mean, a different flavors filled with unfamiliar taste that you only hear from people who have gone ahead you in this path – and so sometimes – in fact most of the time when a woman becomes a mother they feel an utterly irrevocable feeling of listlessness and cluelessness. When you become a mother you suddenly find yourself lost in the idea of a newfound life.
It’s depressing, sometimes. And sometimes, few won’t make it. Sometimes motherhood becomes a tale of regrets and misidentification. When you become a mother the first thing that you will have to face is the reality that you are not just the simple woman that you are and that bearing a child means sacrifice and adjustment, major ones. It does not matter who you are or what you do, in motherhood all is fair and equal and everyone will go through the same phase of adjustments and acceptance.
How are you going to make it okay? How are you going to adjust to it and embrace your new life and newfound identity? Will you be okay?
It is going to be difficult and the process is endless and sometimes unrelenting in terms of challenges. But you will come through, of course, you will. In this confusion of identities and priorities, what you need is a new perspective – a fresh start. You have to be on the same page with your life so you can make the best out of it and finally receive the inner peace that you want to settle with your motherhood.
One thing to it is blogging. Many people have been helped through the means of online blogging. It is like a form of journal writing except it is not kept hidden and away from the knowledge of people, but through blogging, you make your troubles public thus gaining sympathy and help from random strangers who can connect and relate to your feelings and experiences. It does not matter, it wouldn’t matter when or what you will blog about so long as it will help you release some of the heavy feelings and emotions that you have been bottling up inside you.
Don’t wait for you to explode because there is always to let yourself leak out without going for the explosion. You can flow in ease as you watch people read through your content and learn something from you. In online blogging, you can build a community that triumphs in the same goal and vision and understand each other deeply through their similarities and connection. You can do that and you can find new life through blogging your motherhood woes away. You can do it now and be thankful for the journey in it.