According to Daniela Katzenberger, she received a lot of malice and criticism from other mothers via Instagram and other social media. "A lot of news and comments come from mothers who think they know everything better," said the 33-year-old from the German Press Agency in Cologne.
She had this experience especially after the birth of her five-year-old daughter Sophia, who was born by Caesarean section. "Then it was said that it was the wrong decision because it tied the attachment to the child." Many didn't care that there were medical reasons.
Katzenberger later decided to laser away the caesarean section scar, which looked like a "shoelace". Since she had been put down again, she reported. Katzenberger's counterattack: "Do I have to look stupid or feel uncomfortable so that everyone thinks I'm a good mother?"
The cat, who has become known for various reality TV formats, has now written a book about her motherhood. It is titled "The Mummy Mafia can … like me" and will be released on Thursday (July 16). A piece of advice from her when it comes to bringing up children: trust yourself and listen to your own gut – and not "all the smarties or on Google". "Google is the biggest enemy, because that only unsettles you."