Always appreciate new mothers, never hurt them emotionally: Pearle Maaney

Biju Raghavan

Celebrity couple Pearle Maaney and Srinish Aravind are enjoying their parenthood with their daughter Nia. The duo entered wedlock after falling in love with each other while participating in the Bigg Boss reality show. In an interview with Mathrubhumi Grihalakshmi, Pearle opened up about life as a new mother.

“ I wanted to have a baby. I’m having the best time in life with my husband and baby. Life will be beautiful when you get the best partner. I always feel blessed for having Sreeni in my life,” said Pearle.

“Nila is naughty. But she never troubles me a lot. Before my delivery, my friends used to say that I won’t get enough sleep. But so far, I’m not facing any such issues,” the new mom explained.

She also talked about the need to ensure the mental health of women after delivery.

“ After delivery, I had some mood swings in the first two months. But I never went through depression. Some days, I will feel very sad when I look into the mirror and feel various types of pain. Post-pregnancy treatment has a crucial role in such situations. Along with physical health, we must ensure the mental well-being of new mothers. It’s better to avoid meeting people who hurt us. Some people used to hurt women by making negative comments on physical changes after delivery and low breast milk etc,” says Pearle.

“ New mothers will be very sensitive. They will cry along with the baby in the initial days after delivery. So, please don’t hurt new mothers emotionally,” she appealed.

“Every mother want to believe that they are the best mother. So, always appreciate each act. Tell them that they are good at taking care of the baby and making the baby happy. Such comments will naturally treat depression during the post-pregnancy period,” Pearle added.

Read full interview on Grihalakshmi.

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