• Gabby
  • Sarasota, United States
  • 4 months ago

Stay at home mom depression is real

Stay at home depression is real ❤️ your entire previous life has shifted. You are now the world of that little one. I know I had a lot of ppd with my first and some with my second. Motherhood seemed so lonely. Being at home while my hubs worked and having no adult interaction. The same can also be true for mammas who work. They have their own battle of leaving their littles to provide ❤️ What are your thoughts on this article ? https://www.glamour.com/story/stay-at-home-mom-depression-is-realand-women-are-finally-talking-about-it/amp
  • C
  • SCT, GB
  • 13 hours ago

I am a SAHM, I have two LOs, 21 months and 5 months. It is a lot harder than I anticipated having 2 under 2. I have been struggling recently with the isolation, I’m in a town with no friends or family, the only people I know are former work colleagues. I joined the app to meet other local mums and really hoping I can get out of the house regularly and start building some friendships before major depression kicks in. I remember being so envious of my sister that she was at home with her kids and now that I’m doing it I have the days where I am filled with guilt as I’d love to just be anywhere else but at home!

  • T
  • NC, US
  • 4 days ago

This is exactly how I feel. Also my husband doesn’t seem to understand that I need a break sometimes. That I’m one person and caring for 2 small a people on top of caring for him is draining and can drive anyone into depression or anxiety.

  • S
  • IL, US
  • 4 days ago

I feel so isolated and alone. I feel like I can never get anything done, because when I get something else done everything else piles up. It is most definitely the hardest job I have ever done.

  • V
  • CA, US
  • 10 days ago

If anyone here has an iPhone to iMessage we can iMessage and we can vent when we need to each other. HMU if u wanna iMessage or txt.

  • C
  • FL, US
  • 10 days ago

This article deff is motivating me to find my mom tribe and build a close group of mommy friends. As woman we need to support and up lift each other because the REAL is we sometimes get forgotten ... sometime we put our need on the back burner... so a great support group that you can hang out with, drink with, laugh, cry and vent with is such a blessing ! Excited to find my tribe

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