Flat stomach 4 days after delivery. Criticism of the model mothergo to the gallery
The belly of Caroline Berg Eriksen, 26, Norwegian, model profession and new mother, is making the people of the network talk. The model 4 days after giving birth she flaunts on her page ...
Twenty-seven thousand likes and three thousand five hundred comments. The belly of Caroline Berg Eriksen, 26, Norwegian, model profession and new mother, is making the people of the network talk. Simply because it doesn't exist. In place of her, a wasp waist and sculpted abs on display in the selfie (self-timer with the smartphone) that the young mother posted on Instagram, the well-known social network (here all the photos of her http: //web.stagram .com / n / fotballfrue /).
Not insignificant detail: Caroline has been a mother for 4 days.
Not even a week and already an enviable shape: «I feel so empty… but also no», she commented. And down criticism of all kinds.
Caroline, who is also a "wag" (or the chat wife of a Norwegian soccer player), was attacked by the press of her country and not only for excess of narcissism, some nutritionists defended her by stressing that there are many women endowed with excellent metabolism, various friends have finally declared that they envy her. (READ ALSO: via the post-partum bacon in 5 steps)
Here too, the photo was widely published on the Facebook pages of mothers bloggers and on their sites (today it also appears in some national newspapers): a sign that, in its own way, it has hit the mark.
The reactions of mothers on the web
The reactions are varied: there are those who are worried about the crash diet that seems to have followed to resume his mini-size, there are those who deplore the excess of voyeurism of a mother who should have much more to think than post if herself, semi-naked, in front of the mirror, there are those who reflect on the anxiety of many mothers to 'control' their bodies to the point of excess, even in a delicate moment like that of post-partum. Some have noticed how various comments, imbued with sour envy, lifted the veil on the difficult relationship between mothers and their changing bodies.
And if the point, beyond the specific case, were precisely this: the difficult balance, in a moment already complex in itself like that of the puerperium, between acceptance and self-care?
Between how do we see ourselves, wearing a brand new identity, that of a mother of a family, and how do others see us or would like to see us?
What do you think?
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