Quoting He's * almost * ONE! :I know exactly how you feel. I had bad ppd after I had my daughter and still struggle with it. Just know that you're not alone and that it won't last forever. As hard as it is, try to pick yourself up and go out and do something. Getting out of the house makes me feel human again. And if it is an option, I would recommend talking to your doctor. I used to refuse meds because I thought then I was admitting that I was "crazy." There's such a negativity attached to depression and anxiety and there's no reason to feel that way. If you ever need to talk, feel free to pm me. I've been there and it's rough.
Quoting ✩BG Addict✩:" the only way i've been able to manage my depression is with medication."I cwas on medication for a while after my son was born but I stopped taking it a couple months ago because i felt like family thought i was just crazy.
Quoting He's * almost * ONE! :" I cwas on medication for a while after my son was born but I stopped taking it a couple months ago because i felt like family thought i was just crazy."honestly, who cares what anyone else thinks. if it's making you better, keep at it. Good Luck!
Quoting lolajessup:" Meds unfortunately. Nothing else helps. When I try to deal with it myself I lose control and Demise."
Quoting Erin Berlin:" I don't have anxiety troubles, but have struggled with depression for probably 10 years. It was really ... [snip!] ... etc get up, get dressed, do your hair, do your makeup, and go do something you love to do even if you honestly don't want to."