Sharna Burgess says she has “super dark” intrusive thoughts about her 5-month-old son Zane

Sharna Burgess shared a candid bit of her experience as a mother five months after welcoming her son Zane.

The Dancing With The Stars pro, 37, who shares her baby boy with actor Brian Austin Green, 49, revealed she was having “super dark” intrusive thoughts.

Taking to Instagram with a video of her holding Zane, Sharna wrote, “Pushing mother thoughts…. This is a real thing. To be honest, at first I thought something was wrong with my brain. Those super dark thoughts about all the things that could go wrong.”

Intrusive thoughts: Sharna Burgess, 37, revealed in a new Instagram post that she had

Intrusive thoughts: Sharna Burgess, 37, revealed in a new Instagram post that she had

Intrusive thoughts: Sharna Burgess, 37, revealed in a new Instagram post that she had “super dark” intrusive thoughts about her five-month-old son Zane

The clip featured Cardi B’s viral “Oh my god, what’s that?” Soundbite plays over it.

Sharna continued her lengthy caption, adding: “All the ways I or life could accidentally hurt my baby. Falling down the stairs, holding him, illness, a car accident… the list goes on, but I won’t share it. If you know, you know.”

The star then expressed relief to know she’s not the only mum struggling with intrusive thoughts: “I’m still getting them at five months but I’ve learned to tame them and understand them and before.” everything…realized that I’m not alone. The last one was a great relief.”

Concerned: Sharna shared a video of her holding Zane and wrote:

Concerned: Sharna shared a video of her holding Zane and wrote:

Concerned: Sharna shared a video of her holding Zane and wrote: “Intrusive mom thoughts…. This is a real thing. To be honest, at first I thought something was wrong with my brain.

Stressed out: She explained her worries as

Stressed out: She explained her worries as

Stressed out: She explained her worries as “These super dark thoughts about all the things that could go wrong. All the ways I or life could accidentally hurt my baby.

“I think it makes sense too, we suddenly have this massive responsibility upon us as we leave the hospital…in a diaper…deprived of sleep, emotionally charged but also exhausted, trying to put ourselves back together and not forgetting…in pain .’

The new mom continued: “This new responsibility is filled with love, wonder and awe, but no one is warning you of the same amount of fear that lives within you now. It’s the most unbearable love you’ve ever felt and it’s overwhelming, at least for me it was.”

She then shared a number of tools she uses to combat the worrying thoughts, including taking “deep cleansing breaths” and shaking her hand in front of her eyes and saying “no” and imagining “that the image will destroy and has disappeared”.

Not alone: ​​

Not alone: ​​

Not alone: ​​”5 months later I’m still getting them, but I’ve learned to tame and understand them and most importantly…realized that I’m not alone.” The last one was a huge relief,” she added

Helping others: She then shared a number of tools she's using to combat worrying thoughts with her followers, adding,

Helping others: She then shared a number of tools she's using to combat worrying thoughts with her followers, adding,

Helping others: She then shared a number of tools she’s using to combat worrying thoughts with her followers, adding, “You’re doing great mom, remember.”

“I shrug it off and summon a memory I can’t wait to do with Zane. All the first ones he’s coming,” she added, before exiting her followers with words of encouragement: “You’re doing great mom, remember.’

Green and Burgess, who competed together on last year’s Dancing with The Stars, announced they were expecting their first child together last February.

The couple celebrated the news by sharing a “babymoon” in Hawaii, where Burgess would reveal her baby bump for the first time before welcoming baby Zane in June.

The duo celebrated their two-year anniversary in October, with Brian sharing a series of candid family photos on his Instagram.

New parents: Sharna welcomed Zane - who she shares with partner Brian Austin Green, 49, - last June; Pictured November 2022

New parents: Sharna welcomed Zane - who she shares with partner Brian Austin Green, 49, - last June; Pictured November 2022

New parents: Sharna welcomed Zane – who she shares with partner Brian Austin Green, 49, – last June; Pictured November 2022

“October 16 two years ago was a day like any other day, but I made plans to meet someone new for coffee,” he said. “God, I’m thankful for that every day. You are a light in my life, the life of our children and the most amazing person I have ever met,” he wrote.

Green was previously married to Megan Fox for more than nine years before they announced their split in May 2020.

Green is also father to sons Kassius Lijah, 20, with ex Vanessa Marcil, 54; and Noah, 10, Bodhi, eight, and Journey, six, with Fox, 36.

Happy family: Green is also father to sons Kassius Lijah, 20, with Vanessa Marcil, 54; and Noah, 10, Bodhi, eight, and Journey, six, with ex-wife Megan Fox, 36

Happy family: Green is also father to sons Kassius Lijah, 20, with Vanessa Marcil, 54; and Noah, 10, Bodhi, eight, and Journey, six, with ex-wife Megan Fox, 36

Happy family: Green is also father to sons Kassius Lijah, 20, with Vanessa Marcil, 54; and Noah, 10, Bodhi, eight, and Journey, six, with ex-wife Megan Fox, 36

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