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I gave birth to my daughter in 2012 and my pregnancy was as easy as they get. The following year, however, was quite the opposite. At the time, I didn't know that there was a name for what I was feeling, but I spent the first 12 to 13 months of my child's life either depressed and anxious or just completely numb.
The year after that, I became pregnant again. Unfortunately, I went through a miscarriage early on. I didn't feel overly emotional about it as I sensed the people around me were. In fact, I didn't feel sad at all.
The clock is ticking; 21-year-old Australian Helena Merten has 58 seconds and just one chance at executing a perfect dive from a 66-foot-high platform into a 30,000-gallon water tank. There aren't any judges or competitors—just her, photographer Dustin Snipes, and what's being called the eclipse of the century.
If you're familiar with the plus fashion market, you know that it's desperately in need of *options.* While there definitely are some super-cute lines available in an inclusive range of sizes, there are not nearly as many choices as there should be. Case in point: When bloggers Gabi Gregg and Nicolette Mason launched their insanely cute plus-size clothing line Premme, their website crashed because demand was so high. Clearly, when great clothes are made in all sizes, people will buy them.
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