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  • Started by Pat on Mar 13, 2018
Worried about wife not been good sin birth of baby, she very snappy with me , crying a lot, puting her5self under pressure to be perfect Mum. What should I do
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  • Started by Berth on Feb 14, 2018
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  • Started by Jill on Feb 08, 2018
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Subject: help! 2 Replies

  • Started by anonymous on Jan 04, 2018
my wife and i have a 15 month old baby. Prior to having her we used to fight sometimes but not all the time either. my wife had a very tough labour which was 36 hours long followed by some other complications. anyway home we came happy out. During the first 5/6 weeks everything was fine. We had a fight around this time where my wife told me she is feeling sad and lonely and wants to leave. I ignored this and assumed everything would be ok, or just fix itself. The last month or so i noticed my wife was unhappy. since it was coming up to christmas i didnt want to confront it. Everything changed during christmas when she announced to me that our marriage was over, She was unhappy, felt lonely, so much so that she cried at night and couldnt sleep either. i am in complete shock. Her family are supporting her decision . She is really good with our daughter and is a great mum. I on the other hand am fighting hard to try keep her but at this moment she says its over and there is no more i can do. I have given her some space at home and stayed away for a few nights. She wont talk to me and i feel there is nothing i can do. I have suggested counselling for both of us, or seperate but she refuses saying she does not want to fix things between us. I have not broached the subject that she might have pnd and i have no way of getting her to see her doctor either.. I'm lost.. any advice ? i am getting no help from her family who seem to think i am the root of all her unhappiness. we have been very happy before and i am sure we can be again. she also says she no longer loves me.
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Subject: could this be PND 1 Replies

  • Started by Jill on Oct 26, 2017
Just had my fourth child and today told I had PND this never happened before and I just cant cope, feel such a failure. Every day so hard I am crying all the time and everything looks so black. Trying to hide my upset from the other kids and this adding to the pressure. I really thought this would never happen to me, I am so organised and positive, each day feels like a week. Afraid to ask for help as a sign of weakness well thats what I think. Please tell me I will get better
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  • Started by Maura on Jul 06, 2017
Cant believe have PND after 4th, it never happened before and to be honest thought wouldn't happen to me. I am so affraid have been to GP but really dont know where to turn. I am not sleeping not eating and so full of anxiety, afraid of everything, dont want to be on my own, the day is so long and I notice I am very snappy with the kids. I know its not their fault but I cant help myself. Any advice would really help. I am so ashamed, none of my friends have had this why me?
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  • Started by Emma on Jun 07, 2017
This is my third child and I have been feeling so down, crying a lot, no interest in food and terrible broken sleep. I never felt like this on my other two and this baby was planned, I am afraid to tell my partner as I feel I should be happy. Can't even bring myself to talk to my GP as I guess he cant do anything about it. Please tell me what I should do. Every day feels like a week and I am snapping at the kids which I hate.
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  • Started by Joan on Feb 14, 2017
I have PND for the last 3 months, am on medication, very much up and down. really obsessed with the thought that if I moved to another house and place I would feel better. I cant seem to settle, everytime I leave the house even to do the shopping I dont want to come back, often sitting down the road in the dark. I have been told that I should not make any decisions until I am better but I feel this stopping me from getting better. To me it makes a lot of sense, I want to be nearer my family and I really hate my house. Is there anyone else out there that this has happened to?
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  • Started by Jill on Dec 19, 2016
Have a toddler of 3 and a baby of 8 weeks and feel so awful, dont want to do anything, no interest in Christmas, presents, decorations. seeing everyone else so happy makes me worse. How am I going to get through this next week, did go to GP put me on tablets and I just dont know what happening. Dont know what to do, please help.
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  • Started by Jenny on Dec 21, 2016
I know it an illness but I cannot tell people I have PND, worn out from putting up the front but afraid to tell ln in case I judged as bad MUm
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