is it as bad as everyody say it is
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It can be hard, but you have to want to. If you don't want to then you will give up. It is a self-less thing to breast feed, since babies want to eat often and you have to put yourself aside to care for your child. But as a mom, you are already doing that.
The hardest part is fighting through adversity: People that think they know better and will tell you that you should do [insert whatever advice], latching issues, growth spurts when they more often and for longer and you are frustrated.
The benefits are even more rewarding than any issue that might arise: the best nourishment for your child, the bond that you will always have with your child, the health benefits for you (weight loss, fights ppd), and so many more.
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