I don't see any judgment or asking people to 'justify' why they had a c-section, or saying that anyone who has one isn't a mother or given birth. Everyone wants to make the best choices for their children, sometimes the choices made aren't the ones that eventuate, and no one should ever feel the need to justify that to anyone else.
Noddy basically summed up my thoughts on it though...."While I think its good to let women know that there is a chance they can have a good csec experience I disagree that it is a good idea to send the message that csec are a walk in the park or possibly safer and with a better recovery than vaginal births in general."
Agreed, I had an EMCS and still have bad baby blues, you know, I am terrified of the hosptial because of it and cannot look after my little girl who is in there for feeding issues? my hubby has to look after her overnight because I have panic attacks but I guess I am a post traumatic stressed selfish useless mother sad
according to some midwife's, I mean mothers should l stay with their children regardless of a bad birth experience keeping them up at night. I STILL would rather a C-section even with the mild PTSD and eclampsia I have developed from birth, I am not well, stressed and suffering from PTSD yet I am getting shit thrown at me for thinking a section is better than vaginal birth as I would still have issues had PTSD with an induction and vaginal birth as baby HAD to be induced or delivered via section due to my low iron and pre eclampsia, now I am still sick and getting treated like a selfish woman or being ill and mentally blue, thank god my husband does not think of me this way, without him I would be dead