post-natal relationships

Postnatal relationships

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am i suffering from post natal depression

kits 11 years ago
Posts: 46 | Joined: 29th Nov 06
my baby and i are fin we've bonded realy well but sometimes i fl like i've lost it. get get really angry with my mother inlaw. she a typical old fashioned asaian ledy. i have to put up with comments ike comparing my daughter to her daughters dog! telling me my child isn't worth more than £5, talking in punjabi to my daughter as though she's a boy. i could go on but the old fashioned way of thiking is that boys are precious and girls are worthless. my husband oesnt always believe me when i tell him whats happened are he's not seen her do these things. i cry myself to sleep as it causes us to fight about her. i feel worthless and not able to be a proper mum. i've not got any spport and fel helpless and trapped. can anyone help
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