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How much support from family, friends, coworkers, etc. would you say you have received during pregnancy and/or after baby arrived? What type of support have you received from others (emotional, financial, etc.)?

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little to no help from anyone. it was hard for me considering that I deliver via c-section. but I was so happy to have a baby that I made through it. my husband was there though
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I had a lot of support. My husband and actually separated a year after my daughter was born. Now three years later we are still together. Taking time apart helped us understand wha ... More
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With my previous pregnancies I received a little support from my family. Help with the little ones mainly, but not much else. With my last one, I didn't receive help from anyone du ... More
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Laura Discussing

Not a thing from anyone actually my father was upset when he found out and his family is happy but they r actually saying rude things and stressing me out
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