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will it get better?
I don't know too much about your history, but I saw one of your posts a while back which sounded pretty sad.
I don't know what your birth trauma entailed, or whether it was something before that which was worsened by your birth experience, but I've seen a lot of very unhappy posts from you, as well as your partner being in a car accident???
Anyway, I probably don't have any answers, because I don't know exactly what your dealing with, but I just thought I'd let you know that through your posts on here you've touched me and I just wanted to send you lots of :hugs::hugs::hugs: and hope that things do indeed get better for you - VERY VERY SOON!!!!
Besides - its nearly Christmas so I hope you have lots of excitement to look forward to with your two little angles (?)
Take care :o
thank you very much for your post.. i was quite upset.. and just write my feelings out.
i have been up and down..
but i am seeing that i can do this, find peace maybe.
we dont have a tree for christmas because of my son but we will definatly wrap presents and make the most of christmas. we get 2 christmas;s because the inlaws are coming in jan. so i will try and be happy for everyone...
thank you :hugs:
Hi Seth&rubysmum,:hugs: as per the other reply i dont know your history but as a mum who has suffered from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and mild PND i am guessing i can probably relate on some level going by the fact that you posted under 'birth trauma support'.
I gave birth to my son 13 months ago, and i can say that for me it has slowly SLOWLY started to get a little better. I find that i dont constantly obsess over the birth and the way it went as much these days and i have more up days than down days too. I dont know if a traumatic experience ever really leaves us, but i know that im beginning to deal with it alot better.
I just wanted to ad that i dont think i would be coping like i am without having regularly seen a psycologist who has a real interest in PND and womens issues. So, thanks Carla Anderson (Gladstone Psycology Services) :yelclap:
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