“I Underwent Surrogacy Therapy To Bond With Chicago”- Kim Kardashian West
Feb. 08, 2020
39-year-old reality TV star, entrepreneur and mom of 4, Kim Kardashian West recently revealed that she had a surrogacy therapist just to ensure that she bonded with her third child, Chicago West. It is no longer news that Kim carried her two older children, North and Saint West but had to give birth to her two other children, Chicago and Psalm West, via surrogate as she suffered from placenta accreta which posed as a risk to her health to carry any more children.
In a recent interview, Kim said that she had a surrogate therapist to help her through the process. She further revealed in the interview that it was the therapist that suggested and highlighted ways she and her husband, Kanye, could get to know their surrogate.
She said “You get your surrogate attorney, you get your surrogate broker. Then the broker recommended that we use a therapist that would communicate with me first and then communicate with [our surrogate] and kind of be our liaison. Towards the end we got close enough where we could communicate really without that, [but the therapist] would suggest, ‘Hey, I think you guys should communicate once a week through text, maybe on Mother’s Day. She’s a mother as well. Maybe get her a massage or something that’s appropriate for her to pamper her’. Things like going through the birthing plan, so if anything was uncomfortable, she would be that buffer to say, ‘
This is who I want in the room. What are you comfortable with? How does this work?”
In the insightful interview, Kim also stated that the two surrogates she used for Chicago and Psalm were actually very comfortable with her husband, Kanye, being involved in the process in any way he wanted to be. Kim also stated that she didn’t need a surrogacy therapist for her fourth child, Psalm, as she already knew the drill. She described the whole event as eye-opening all together.
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