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Jeena RoselineMay 30, 2019
@Pragatii Jalal Ruia This is a very common sign in couples immediately after a baby is born. It is nothing abnormal. Ask her not to worry. I'm pretty sure her husband might also be thinking on the same lines. Just tell her to not overthink but to do the following: 1. Communicate - talk to the partner more. Begin conversations that they used to have before the baby, interesting topics that each other enjoy speaking about, talk it out if you feel there is less time being spent together for themselves. 2. Initiate - begin planning dinners together, movie times, shopping, cooking etc. More time together, more opportunities to build conversations. 3. Love - Give it sometime. Both of them are anxious about this new phase and are figuring things out. It is okay for certain things to be indifferent and new. But give it some time and things will fall in place. Hope this helps.Reply