"I started off motherhood feeling like a failure. I thought it was normal to cry for an hour in the shower every day going over every detail of her birth.
I was ignored during [my] surgery as I shook uncontrollably while my anesthesiologist complained about his iPhone and my OB complained that he was missing a T-Ball game. At my six week follow-up appointment, my doctor said I was "lucky" I had a Cesarean or he would have had to "cut me from end to end". It was the first time I realized all my options had been taken away before I was even given any.
After seeking help I realized I wasn't alone. I'm speaking out for those who can't or won't. You're not alone."
- Jesse, Phoenix AZ