What if I'm not a good mum? What if I don't bond? I'm going to university 3 months after baby is born, I will live at home still, and my mum will care for it when I have lectures, but what if it's too hard to juggle both? I need to get a degree to support us both.I'm really really worried. I still haven't felt that bond to my baby and I'm really not a maternal person. I don't ever look at kids and think 'awww', I shudder and think, phew at least I don't have to deal with that! But now I will, I'm just worried about my ability to cope. Any advice?? I know these are all what ifs but it's really scaring me
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