Jennifer Lawrence Pregnant? Report Says She Has ‘Dream Baby On Board’

Jennifer Lawrence has been relatively out of the spotlight since getting married to Cooke Maroney in 2019. However, the duo couldn’t escape one rumor that follows many recently wedded young celebrity couples around. Last year, a tabloid claimed the J. Law was about to become J. Ma, with the supposed appearance of a baby bump. […]

Jennifer Lawrence Pregnant? Report Says She Has ‘Dream Baby On Board’

Jennifer Lawrence has been relatively out of the spotlight since getting married to Cooke Maroney in 2019. However, the duo couldn’t escape one rumor that follows many recently wedded young celebrity couples around. Last year, a tabloid claimed the J. Law was about to become J. Ma, with the supposed appearance of a baby bump. Gossip Cop is investigating the story.

Will J. Law Soon Become J. Ma?

Lawrence was spotted walking around New York City last June wearing a tight dress with a slight bulge clearly visible from the photograph. Woman’s Day indicated then that the Hunger Games actress must have been pregnant. Using a secret source, the magazine tried to have its story corroborated. “There’s no doubt she’s got her dream baby on board. She’s wanted kids ever since she drooled over Amy’s [Schumer] baby — and she wants a boy, too,” the insider spilled. 

Apparently, the couple had been trying to get pregnant since “they got married in October, but COVID-19 has given her the perfect opportunity to properly nest with Cooke,” becoming sober and “very health-conscious” during her pregnancy. “It would be just like Jen to do something like this. She’s been baby-mad for a very long time, and what better gift to give her and Cooke – a family!” the source concluded.

Is Jennifer Lawrence Pregnant? 

The outlet reported that Lawrence was supposed to deliver her baby by Christmas 2020. Obviously, that did not happen. When Joe Biden was announced to be the next President of the United States, a very not-pregnant Lawrence was filmed running and screaming down the street in celebration. At that point, she should have been close to nine months along and would not have been able to skip down the New York City sidewalk. 

What occurred with this story happens a lot to actresses who get the occasional bad photo taken of them.  Lawrence was rocking a slight bump in a tight dress when an unflattering photo was taken of her. Unless she or her camp breaks the news themselves, these kinds of stories can be dangerous. She could have been pregnant this time a year ago but then lost the baby for medical reasons. She could have gained a bit of weight during quarantine as many people did. At the end of the day, running these types of stories promotes sexism and body shaming. 

This is not the first time Woman’s Day ran such an article about the American Hustle star being pregnant. Two months prior to the publication of this story, the outlet claimed Lawrence was pregnant with a little boy and even revealed the news to close friends at a dinner party. Gossip Cop busted the story by pointing out no one was having birthday dinner parties during the pandemic, and with no baby for the couple, we were right. 

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What Is Anticipatory Anxiety And How Do I Manage It?

If you experience increased anxiety thinking about a future event, we outline grounding techniques to help calm your mind.

What Is Anticipatory Anxiety And How Do I Manage It?

I was always a nervous wreck when it came to going away with friends. And sometimes, I still am. My heart beats faster at the thought of leaving my home and my mind sorts through all of the possible negative outcomes. Sometimes, I even get light headed and tingly at the thought of it. This is because I’ve experienced panic attacks while away from home before. Therefore, my mind links being away from home to that bad experience, causing me to fixate on a possible, recurring future situation. This is called anticipatory anxiety.

What Is Anticipatory Anxiety? 

Anticipatory anxiety is when you experience an increased level of stress or anxiety when you think about a future event. The event can be weeks away, like an upcoming work presentation, or right around the corner, like going to the grocery store.

Typically, those who struggle with anticipatory anxiety fear possible negative outcomes and link the future to the past. It also causes our imaginations to run wild. This magnifies situations, which can debilitate us from even carrying out day-to-day activities.

Anticipatory anxiety is also not a distinct mental health condition. Rather, it is linked to other mental health disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety, specific phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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How Can I Identify It?

The symptoms of anticipatory anxiety usually include difficulty concentrating, trouble managing emotions or feeling numb, loss of interest in daily activities, muscle pain, nausea, appetite loss, sleep issues, rapid heart beat, shortness of breath, dizziness, tingling in the body, upset stomach or hot and cold flashes.

Symptoms can vary per individual and may come and go, however, these are usually good indicators that you may be suffering from anticipatory anxiety. But don’t worry, there are helpful tools to combat it. 

How Can I Manage It?

While anticipatory anxiety can seem overwhelming, there are various grounding techniques (a practice that helps calm you when faced with negative or challenging situations) to combat the situation. Check them out below.

Take Deep Breaths

When you are beginning to feel overwhelmed or sense fear of the future slowly creeping in, try box breathing. 

Box breathing is a technique used by police officers, U.S. Navy SEALS, nurses, and more. First, exhale through your mouth, ridding of all oxygen in your lungs. Next, slowly breathe in through your nose and count to four. You should feel the oxygen filling up your entire chest. Now, hold your breath for another slow count of four. Then, using the same four-count, exhale all of the air through your mouth.

Be conscious of each breath, count and movement. It will help center you and calm your thoughts. 

Go Through The 5-4-3-2-1 Technique

This five step process can bring you back to the present and slow your heart rate. 

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First, acknowledge five things you can see around you. Examples include a phone, a dog or an outlet. Pay attention to detail and call it out. Next, acknowledge four things you can touch (and actually touch them!). It can be your hair, a desk, a rock or the floor under your feet. Now, acknowledge three things you can hear outside of your body. It can be a bird singing, your cubicle partner typing or the soft music playing in the area. Then, acknowledge two things you can smell. Examples include your sweatshirt or a pencil. And lastly, acknowledge one thing you can taste. Maybe it’s the taste of morning coffee left in your mouth. 

While it’s a lengthier process, it can slow down your heart rate and steady your breathing. Just stay focused on the various sensations. 

Journal

If the above grounding techniques weren’t much help, pull out your journal and begin to write.

One prompt that can help calm the anxious mind includes writing down all of your worries. Without hesitation, spill every thought in your head onto the page. This creates a form of release. Another writing prompt includes writing about past anxious experiences and how you overcame them. If you got through them once, you can get through them again. And if neither of those are your cup of tea, then take action by writing down what you will do if your fear comes true. This gives you a sense of control and puts you back in the driver’s seat.

Anticipatory anxiety can be mild, or it can have severe side effects if linked to a deeper disorder. If you feel like you need professional help, don’t hesitate to reach out to your local provider.

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