During pregnancy most expectant mums (& Dads) have worries – and this is entirely normal. Worries, or anxieties happen when our goals are uncertain – the more uncertain and the bigger the impact, the more intensely we worry!
We’ve listed some of these worries that have been reported by pregnant women below. In addition, there are specific worries related to Covid-19 – one expectant mum, who’s 8 months pregnant shares her worries about the potential situation she is facing in giving birth.
During the first 1000 days, for about 1 in 4 of us, worries start to seriously affect our everyday life – if that’s you, then it’s time to get help. We have some free resources to download, and a special offer on confidential counselling.Counselling Services