I have a friend who had to have a C-section instead of a vaginal birth, and she has been really upset ever since that she was not able to give birth vaginally. From the links she has posted on her social media page, apparently this is the case with many women. There are support groups for women who are struggling with this issue.
She explained it to me as feeling somehow "lesser than" because she was not able to deliver vaginally. I am certainly sympathetic, and never want her to feel that her feelings are not valid, but I guess I would just be grateful to have a healthy child (and her son is), regardless of how he arrived into the world. He's a happy, healthy, intelligent little boy. In 20 years, will it matter whether she had him by C-section or not?
I'm not trying to diminish how she feels, but my goodness. So many children are born not healthy -- sometimes you really have to sit down and count your blessings. I think therapy to release these guilty/inadequate feelings would be helpful. They're not healthy, in my opinion.