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    Sorry your feeling this way sound's like you are going through alot and it's sad to hear your husband switches off. Have you been able to see your doctor about getting some help for the pnd?

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    I'm sorry you are not getting the support you need. When my little ones were babies I didn't have a lot of support either and also developed severe PND. My advice is when you go to sleep school use it as an opportunity to meet and talk to other mothers. I felt let down by those people in my life (my dh and my mother) I thought would support me. I found support elsewhere.... I hope you do too.

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    You poor thing. That is just not fair. Your DH needs to pull his finger out!!! Speak to your MCHN see if they can set you up with a mothers group asap so you can get support from some new friends. Use sleep school to make friends with other mums in your situation. Also see if you can be put into a parenting program of sorts to get support (professional) but also to make friends. You need to be able to go somewhere to a friendly face and a hot cup of tee

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    No darling! Your not worthless... Your normal and your not getting the support you need from your dh. also remember PND also distorts your thoughts so what you feel isn't always the reality of the situation and the nature of the illness is that it robs you of your self esteem and self worth. If you need to let off steam send me a pm... Have you spoken to a gp about PND?

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