I have become to realise that a lot of my solutions at the moment are not working and if anything are making things worse.
I have been using food as a way to make me feel better. I have used alcohol to dull my emotions and pain. I have been yelling at the girls . . . → Read More: Is Your Solution Becoming A Problem?
Anxiety can be an extremely debilitating disease which can make you feel like a prisoner in your own home. If this is your situation you need to get some help from a doctor to be able to get through this.
This is an example of a way you can try and reduce the feeling of . . . → Read More: One Way To Challenge Anxiety
I know when I was at my worst, I used to say some really hurtful things to my hubby and told him constantly to find someone else because I am worthless as a person and that he can have the kids.
Once useful bit of information that my Drs said to my husband is to . . . → Read More: Your Partner Doesnt Mean To Say Hurtful Things
This week is definitely going to challenge me to keep my strategies going because I am on the sugar tablets on the pill. My gyno is starting to introduce my menstrual cycle to give my body a bit of a break instead of having continuous hormones.
The reason why he is doing this is because . . . → Read More: Feeling Stressed!
My psychologist, as a passing comment, said to me “Bec you cant live in depression”. It was one of those comments that he said as I was leaving one of our sessions.
What he didnt realise, I went and thought a lot about what he said. I came down to conclusion that he is right. . . . → Read More: You Cant Live In Depression
I am feeling quite stressed and anxious today. We didn’t get a good nights sleep last night as both Em and Grace were up. But today I had to take Emma back to the paeditricians. We had to take her back because of her low weight of 9.3kgs and she is 20 months. So I . . . → Read More: Wednesday 15th December 2010
Susan Boden says she couldn’t bear to be alone after the birth of her second child and when she was, she was so overcome with fear and worry that she could hardly function.
Susan had just given birth to son Naoise (pronounced Neesha), but was feeling increasingly anxious to the point that she was unable . . . → Read More: Speaking Up About Postnatal Depression and Anxiety
What a week but it has been a great week. I have received just so much information and ideas which I would love to put on this site and in other ways. It gives me hope and encouragement that I am definately doing something positive for the community to putting my journey of PND and . . . → Read More: 27th August 2010
I have to say we have had the busiest couple of days which were not in my plans. It all started when we decided to finally get Emma’s Pixi photos framed. Its definately been a job thats been put of all the time. We went up to Highpoint which was just so busy. I have . . . → Read More: Monday 16th August 2010