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Finding Birth Mother Support this Holiday Season from Adoption Agencies in Arizona

No matter which one you are celebrating, the holiday season is about reconnecting and spending quality time with loved ones. It can be hard and lonely for some people during the holidays. Not everyone has family or friends close to them. It can be even harder as a pregnant woman. When putting your child up for adoption, you are going through something that requires the most love and support. If you are unable to receive that kind of birth mother support from friends or family, Adoption Choices of Arizona is always here for you. We offer supportive counseling for pregnant women and birth mothers. We can provide you with a caring caseworker who will provide you with emotional support and comfort you during this difficult time. 

The holidays don’t have to be lonely. It is encouraged to reach out to friends and family this time of the year. The holidays are about love and forgiveness. It is a time for reuniting and creating new memories, and moving forward. Contact us today so that one of our counselors can talk with you and find ways to help you. Remember that no matter how lonely you feel, you are never alone.

If you need adoption help now, please call or text us at 1-480-900-5520 or visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona.

Connecting With Loved Ones After Discovering You Are Pregnant

We cannot stress enough how important it is to have birth mother support throughout their entire pregnancy, but more so during the holidays. You are already feeling an overwhelming amount of stress, and it can be challenging to find ways to cope. It is important to reach out to your family and or friends. Nobody deserves to be alone during the holidays, and we don’t want you to ever feel lonely. We understand that reaching out to loved ones can be difficult depending on your situation, or it can be easy and just never the right time. Whatever your situation might be, take a deep breath and take it one step at a time. If you are feeling doubtful or nervous, or overwhelmed, reach out to us so we can relieve some of those nerves.

Finding Holiday Spirit as a New Birth Mother

If you cannot connect with loved ones, consider joining in on the holiday spirit and participating in the holiday traditions. For example, doing so can make you feel more comfortable and can bring warmth into your life. Doing things like decorating your home, cooking or baking traditional food, listening to holiday music, or watching holiday movies. A lot of people also find comfort and joy in volunteering at local shelters. It can make you feel less lonely and more grateful by providing help to those in more need during the holidays. 

The Importance of Self-Care as a Pregnant Woman

At the end of the day, you are the only thing that matters, you and your baby. Take care of yourself before trying to take care of others. Maintaining good physical health and mental wellbeing is crucial during pregnancy. There are a ton of self-care remedies or routines out there for women that are in a similar situation to yours. Not everyone is the same, though, and some things might work for others but not work for you. However, it doesn’t hurt to try new things while keeping your body and mind busy. Remember to reach out to us if you are ever feeling overwhelmed, whether it be the stress of the holidays or the stress of your pregnancy. We are here for you 24/7 and strive to provide you with an unconditional amount of support.

For adoption resources or to begin your adoption in Arizona, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call or text us at 1-480-900-5520. If you are a prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead, visit us here!


Meet the Author: Gabriella Dobson was born and raised in Ohio. She is currently a senior at Miami University majoring in professional writing with a focus on editing. She also minors in criminology and general business. She is a skilled barista and enjoys sipping her coffee with a good book in her hand. She is passionate about helping others and making a difference in the lives around her. With her involvement in St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Women Helping Women, she is able to provide resources for those in need of support.