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11/3/16 6:28 P

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emoticon You are not alone. Have you talked to anyone about it? I know it's hard, but it may be helpful to speak to someone about it, especially a medical professional as your hormones may be exacerbating the situation. Moving is hard. I remember when I moved (before we had kids) after we married, everything felt like a nightmare, so distorted. I was just so isolated and there were too many changes going on at the same time. Please seek help!

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11/3/16 6:09 P

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I am new to this and I don't know if this has been addressed before. I'm looking for guidance and help. My baby boy is almost 9 months. I know I went through some depression after he was born. I had a lot of unnecessary resentment towards my husband. Which reared it's ugly head the day of our anniversary. That was little over a week after baby man was born. We talked and worked it out. It took few weeks, but we got through it. But honestly never really got better. We moved a couple of months ago and I started to feel it come back. But since a week ago it has been worse. It comes in waves. A few times I thought about that it would be better if I wasn't alive anymore. The things I used to love doing became a nightmare for me. I absolutely adore my boys and would never leave them. But I feel like I can't do this anymore.

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