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Blueflower2015 Tue 09-Jun-15 22:15:08

Hi, I'm almost at the 9 month mark and I feel like I'm loosing my mind!
The father left when he found out I was pregnant. Came round saying he wanted to see his child etc. but then hear nothing from him. Having to move back to live at home so feel like I have no independence and all this whilst nearly 9 months and currently in a legal dispute with my employer. People I thought were my good friends have vanished and I've been up/down ill and feeling wiped out to the point I'm finding myself just wanting to stay in bed and do nothing.

Rage and tears are immense and whereas I'm aware they're hormones, I'm more worried it's going to send my so far down it'll have an effect when the babies born which terrifies me.

Anyone else experiencing the rage/tears/hurt/loneliness?

Emjones88 Tue 09-Jun-15 22:51:04

Didn't want to read and run as you sound like your having such a crap time.

Not in the same boat but hope you can find something positive to hold on to. The unconditional love that is about to come into your life maybe?

When we feel were at our lowest there is only up left.

Eat some chocolate and ice cream too wink


Emjones88 Tue 09-Jun-15 22:53:26

Also if you feel really low maybe raise it with you midwife/gp they can give you the right emotional support too. With no judging or comeback x

Cherryblossomsinspring Tue 09-Jun-15 23:32:43

Ok, you are not doing your baby any harm. It's safe and sound inside you. It sounds like you are in the middle of a perfect storm. Speak to your midwife about your situation and see if she can get you some extra support. Lean on your parents for a bit, you will be glad of their support when baby comes, you will get your independence back so don't worry. Just focus on the baby for now. The rest will become clearer later.

MummyPiggy87 Wed 10-Jun-15 00:27:44

Sounds like a stressful situation, but the best thing to do at the moment is to focus and what's coming, your going to have a baby you'll love more than anything, you can get help to get your own place etc. There's plenty to be positive about try not to worry.

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