Behind the sheath of pregnancy’s glow, many women feel can feel confused, emotional, even embarrassed—yet in many ways, we still approach the topic with dated stereotypes and unrealistic images of a changing body. Cassie Shortsleeve reports on the dramatic mind and body shifts that come with having a baby and how to emerge with a newborn, your sanity, and your fitness.
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