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New Mom Paris Hilton Faces Mom-Shaming After Diaper Change Photo

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Paris Hilton faced criticism after a viral clip showed her learning to change her son’s diaper a month after his birth.

Social media responses accused her of being out of touch and criticized her for using a nanny.

However, the clip lacked context, as it didn’t show Hilton’s efforts to bond with her child and her admission of seeking therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

Hilton’s sister advised her to slow down her work schedule to prioritize bonding with her baby, emphasizing the importance of being present during her son’s infancy.

“Not Paris learning how to change her [son’s] diaper for the first time after a month,” one TikTok post read.

“You’ve never done it?” Paris is asked.

“No,” Paris says.

“What’s your best advice?” Paris questions her sister Nicky.

“Learning to say no, and not taking that job. You don’t need the money,” Nicky said. “[Phoenix’s infancy] is such a small window, and it’s so sweet, and you don’t want to miss it. This should be the priority.”

“I’ve been having all these really intrusive thoughts just when I’m holding Phoenix,” Paris said.

“All of a sudden, like some traumatic experience will come back in my memory and I’lll start thinking of all these horrible things that I’ve been through. I can’t even be fully in the moment. It’s just not fair to Phoenix not to get the full me.”

“Parenthood is scary,” Nicky said.

This situation sheds light the common concerns and vulnerabilities experienced by new mothers, including fears of doing things wrong and missing their old lives.

“The number one thing that I hear from new moms is concern that they are doing ‘it’ wrong,” Gwendolyn Nelson-Terry, a marriage and family therapist stated.

“I work with new moms to develop a sense of confidence in their ability to parent, I help them to understand that mistakes are normal and OK, and I help them to come to terms with and to understand that there really is no such thing as a perfect parent.”

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