Suppose you are pregnant/having a surgical procedure done for the first time. Would you feel better researching and reading all you can to learn more about it, or would you rather just "wing it" when the time comes?
Nope. Doctor, do what you gotta do. Wake me up when you're done.
When I was pregnant I read about it, when I needed a hysterectomy I read about it, when I had a procedure on my heart I read about it. I, like you, need to know and I don't jump to any bad conclusions I just want to be informed.
I would read enough to know my options and the possible results. I will not do paralysis by analysis though.
I'd want to know exactly what was gonna go down.
Exactly...I'm far too much of a "planner" to just let things happen without any knowledge of possible outcomes
I'm curious because I'm the type person who will spend hours a day researching pregnancy/labor/birth topics, reading stories, studying techniques, etc. simply because it allows me to know all my options for when the time comes, and have a plan for
Whatever scenario I end up fitting in to. However I am SOOOO tired of people telling me it's bad and I need to stop because it will scare me and put all kinds of worries in my head. I get how that'd be true for some people, but I personally actually
Find comfort in researching it. I was researching pregnancy/baby topics LONG before actually becoming pregnant simply because I've always wanted a baby so badly, so it's more of a hobby than a paranoia or OCD thing like some people consider it.