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“Take. It. Away.”
This is what Cleo, now 45, said to the nurse who brought her 36-hour old son to her for a feed. It was like a switch in her head.
“They walked in the door with him and I just remember feeling very disconnected. Like ‘why are you bothering me?’ It wasn’t because I was really tired and didn’t sleep. No, it was just pure annoyance,” says Cleo of that initial experience.
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