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Old 09-08-2007, 05:46 PM   #11
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That might help!

Im starting to feel guilty for thinking what i do! I love this baby to death already! Not fair to her that im all stressed out... I have 3 kids here kissing my belly daily, and yet im still frustrated.

Just need to relax i suppose... but relaxation is so hard to find.
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Old 09-09-2007, 08:22 PM   #12
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I feel ya. I don't think I had nearly as much going on while I was pg with dd, but I was ready to not be pg anymore. Do what you need to do to treasure this pg...I set myself up for disappointment with dd, and I think I ended up with PPD (although I never sought diagnosis...I realized as I was finally starting to feel better when she was like 8 or 9 months old). I don't want anyone else to go through the anguish I went through. And I think my bond with dd has suffered some. It is getting better now though, and I feel way better. If you have to tell people not tell you things, DO IT. Seriously. You don't have to carry the burdens of your extended family. Make their problems their problems, set boundaries and stick to them...maybe your dh can help you and run interference for you. A pg with emotionally fragile imo, and we need to be guarded. It sounds like your dh wants to do that for you. I hold you get some relief and have a WONDERFUL 13 more weeks and beyond!
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:23 PM   #13
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I got the get go from dh to quit. i think im done with that tomorrow. One less worry. My family, i hate doing it, but if i dont im going to be in a very bad place. I think its time to bid them all farewell, and live through PG... This is DHs and my dream... And i can let my job or family riun that anymore...
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I feel ya. I don't think I had nearly as much going on while I was pg with dd, but I was ready to not be pg anymore. Do what you need to do to treasure this pg...I set myself up for disappointment with dd, and I think I ended up with PPD (although I never sought diagnosis...I realized as I was finally starting to feel better when she was like 8 or 9 months old). I don't want anyone else to go through the anguish I went through. And I think my bond with dd has suffered some. It is getting better now though, and I feel way better. If you have to tell people not tell you things, DO IT. Seriously. You don't have to carry the burdens of your extended family. Make their problems their problems, set boundaries and stick to them...maybe your dh can help you and run interference for you. A pg with emotionally fragile imo, and we need to be guarded. It sounds like your dh wants to do that for you. I hold you get some relief and have a WONDERFUL 13 more weeks and beyond!
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