Post Natal Depression is Real

Mama Solo

New Member
Hi, I’m new here.

I came across this website when I googled “I can’t take care of my baby alone”.

I’ve decided to sign up and post a new thread as I feel alone. And I hope to connect with some mummies who perhaps are going through what I am going through, or worst.

I have 2 girls, one is 2 years and 1 month and the younger one is turning 9 months.

I take care of my kids alone, with the help of my husband only. Blessed to say that I have him by my side. But you know what sucks? He’s unemployed. Why? To help me out with housechores like cooking etc. and handling the kids bcus there’s nobody to help us out.

I have PND (post natal depression) which i wasn’t aware of. But yes, sad to say, I do have the thought of commit suicide/kill my baby because I just can’t cope! I’m currently under counseling by psychologist.

I feel shitty about myself as it has been 9 god damn months I’m struggling! My baby is a high need baby.

It’s hard for me as my first born is still young! She needs my attention too. She has always been mummy’s girl but you know now that I’m a mother of two, I have to divide myself.

I feel useless and hopeless! Anybody out there has PND too and how do you cope?!

Will i ever ever recover from this feeling of depressed/will i forever need my husband around to help out?! Am i that incapable? :-/////

Hats off to all mummies who have more than 2 kids and handling on their own! I wish i’m one of them man.
 

sherlyn124

New Member
Hi.. chill mummy..i hear & feel u.. cox im same situation as u, i have 2 kids i gone thru wat u experiencing, my kids i aso 90% all me me me, u are not alone, huggzzzzss.. my number is 93850477 wat apps me if u need someone to talk to..
 

travelbugbunny

New Member
Hi, I’m new here.

I came across this website when I googled “I can’t take care of my baby alone”.

I’ve decided to sign up and post a new thread as I feel alone. And I hope to connect with some mummies who perhaps are going through what I am going through, or worst.

I have 2 girls, one is 2 years and 1 month and the younger one is turning 9 months.

I take care of my kids alone, with the help of my husband only. Blessed to say that I have him by my side. But you know what sucks? He’s unemployed. Why? To help me out with housechores like cooking etc. and handling the kids bcus there’s nobody to help us out.

I have PND (post natal depression) which i wasn’t aware of. But yes, sad to say, I do have the thought of commit suicide/kill my baby because I just can’t cope! I’m currently under counseling by psychologist.

I feel shitty about myself as it has been 9 god damn months I’m struggling! My baby is a high need baby.

It’s hard for me as my first born is still young! She needs my attention too. She has always been mummy’s girl but you know now that I’m a mother of two, I have to divide myself.

I feel useless and hopeless! Anybody out there has PND too and how do you cope?!

Will i ever ever recover from this feeling of depressed/will i forever need my husband around to help out?! Am i that incapable? :-/////

Hats off to all mummies who have more than 2 kids and handling on their own! I wish i’m one of them man.
Hang in there, try your best. It's not easy I know..
 

beast0114

New Member
Hi, I’m new here.

I came across this website when I googled “I can’t take care of my baby alone”.

I’ve decided to sign up and post a new thread as I feel alone. And I hope to connect with some mummies who perhaps are going through what I am going through, or worst.

I have 2 girls, one is 2 years and 1 month and the younger one is turning 9 months.

I take care of my kids alone, with the help of my husband only. Blessed to say that I have him by my side. But you know what sucks? He’s unemployed. Why? To help me out with housechores like cooking etc. and handling the kids bcus there’s nobody to help us out.

I have PND (post natal depression) which i wasn’t aware of. But yes, sad to say, I do have the thought of commit suicide/kill my baby because I just can’t cope! I’m currently under counseling by psychologist.

I feel shitty about myself as it has been 9 god damn months I’m struggling! My baby is a high need baby.

It’s hard for me as my first born is still young! She needs my attention too. She has always been mummy’s girl but you know now that I’m a mother of two, I have to divide myself.

I feel useless and hopeless! Anybody out there has PND too and how do you cope?!

Will i ever ever recover from this feeling of depressed/will i forever need my husband around to help out?! Am i that incapable? :-/////

Hats off to all mummies who have more than 2 kids and handling on their own! I wish i’m one of them man.
Hold on, it'll pass soon
 

AnthM

New Member
oh, it is real and hits pretty hard. you just need a person to show you his love and affection
 

lysagrey93

New Member
Of course it is real. It is such a huge change to you not just physically but also mentally. Your whole life just changed and there is a lot of pressure on you not just from everybody else but firs and foremost from yourself as a young mother. I have been feeling so bad and inadequate in my role as a mom for the first few months that even my family got worried. My husband suggested I try going to therapy but I have been resisting as much as I could. I mean if I agreed it would just prove that I was not fit for the role of being a mom. It was really tough. I knew that something had to be done so I went online and asked other new moms how were they fighting this uphill battle. Many of them said that therapy helped but also many of them suggested I try kratom. I was really skeptical about but after talking to some of them some more I decided to give it a go. I did a lot of research regarding brands and types and settled on red vein borneo kratom. I have been using it for a few weeks now and it has been really helping me out. I feel lighter and my head is clearer and I can actually experience joy being alone with my baby where in the past I felt only dread. I really hope my story has been a little bit helpful to you and remember that you are not alone in this. We are all here to help you out if you need it
 
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Alfie Foster

New Member
damn, this is so shitty. My wife also had PND, I know how bad. But your story is very sad. Hold on, there are a lot of people here ready to help you.
 

ScarletJohnson

New Member
I'm sorry about what happened to you. Do not worry, think about how beautiful your children are, it will all pass. I did so, thinking what wonderful children I had, and sometimes my parents helped me. Of course, I also had a severe depression, a breakdown, a feeling that I was worthless. My friend advised me to take a pill based on kratom, which acts as a natural antidepressant and immune system stimulant. This is all very important after childbirth, when the female psyche and body need serious help and support. I was worried about the composition of these pills, but in this case it is necessary and important to find a good manufacturer.
 
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