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Maren Morris on resenting the ‘unhealthy' idea of new moms having to ‘bounce back': ‘It shouldn't be the goal'

Added 04-19-21 04:20:03pm EST - “The "Bones" singer and ACM Awards winner, Maren Morris, is continuing to issue stout? words of wisdom and encouragement to women everywhere to never give in to the societal pressures to be anything other than your true and authentic…” - Foxnews.com

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Maren Morris is continuing to issue stout words of wisdom and encouragement to women everywhere to never give in to the societal pressures to be anything other than your true and authentic self.

The country music star won big on Sunday night – taking home the ACM Award for female artist of the year for the second consecutive year among other awards. Following her wins, the new mom didn’t mince words in driving home the point that being a mother and accepting your body for the superhuman strength it was able to provide in bringing a baby into the world is something women shouldn’t have to "erase" from their psyche – and the evidence of said spectacular feat should be championed.

"I think just my appreciation and sort of innate fascination with women has made me feel like a stronger one in a very hard year of having a child during a pandemic – it being my first child – having a C-section, like all these things kind of went crazy awry," Morris, 30, said during a virtual press conference backstage in Nashville, Tenn., of her willingness to be open about her image struggles.

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