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Anxious During Your Pregnancy? Here's What You Can Do

Only by letting resentment go can you open yourself up for more happiness.

Anxiety is a normal and common reaction to stress.

When you feel anxious about a presentation at school, a job interview or a tense situation at the office, it often helps you stay focused and be prepared.

In the case of a high-risk pregnancy, however, anxiety stems from being stressed about a really scary situation that you don’t have a lot of control over.

What might have started as being worried about one test result has now turned into feeling anxious about all aspects of your pregnancy all the time.

It makes sense.