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Category: Community - Original Published on Thursday, 13 June 2013 10:49 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
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Tip #2: Manage stress. Your baby is 100 percent dependent on others for all of his or her needs. And many of your caregiving responsibilities may be brand new. This can be stressful. Do your best to eat well, exercise, and accept help from others--grandparents, siblings, or close friends--who can give you and the baby’s mother a break. And, give yourself a break, too. Laundry and other household chores are less important than caring for the baby, the baby’s mother, and yourself.
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