Kylie Jenner advises mothers not to put too much pressure on themselves during the postpartum period.
Kylie Jenner has opened up about her postpartum depression. After the birth of baby Wolf, the 24-year-old is six weeks into his rehabilitation.
Although Kylie is more reticent when it comes to her motherhood, she spoke up to her 318 million Instagram followers about her second round of parenthood.
No. 2 is a boy.
On her Instagram Story, Kylie wrote, “I just want to express to my postpartum parents that postpartum has not been easy.” “It hasn’t been simple. It’s extremely difficult.”
On Tuesday, the reality TV personality delivered her message from what appeared to be a gym environment. Kylie also tweeted a boomerang video of herself walking on a treadmill before sharing her video message. “6 weeks postpartum,” she said in the caption.
Wolf Webster, Kylie’s second kid and first son with Travis Scott, was born on February 2, as previously announced. On February 1, four years ago, the couple brought their first child, Stormi, into the world.
“This experience has been a little more difficult for me than it has been for my baby,” Kylie concluded. “It’s not easy on the mind, body, or soul.” It’s completely insane.”
Mamas, you’re not under any more stress.
Kylie established a self-tiled cosmetics industry, which propelled her to billionaire status, in addition to appearing in ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ throughout her childhood. With that in mind, Kylie also discussed the sensation of bounceback pressure.
“I didn’t want to go back to life without saying that because I believe we can go on the internet for other moms who are going through the same thing right now.”
We may look on the internet and see how much simpler it is for other people and put pressure on ourselves, but it hasn’t been easy for me,” Kylie remarked. “I just wanted to convey that it’s been difficult.”
“I didn’t believe I was going to make it to this workout today,” she added. She did, however, and stated that she was “feeling better” after the session.
“It’s fine not to be fine,” Kylie explained. “As soon as I discovered that… I was placing a lot of pressure on myself, but I kept reminding myself that I had created a complete human being. a lovely, robust young man And we must stop putting pressure on ourselves to be back after birth, not just physically, but also mentally. So, yes, just wishing you all the best. “I adore you two.”