I have been struggling with PPD and thoughts of suicide since the recent of a close friend. Long before I was ever married to my husband i sturggled with him not listening to me. It was even brought up in our premarital classes by our pastor. 2 years later he still insnt listening to me but insists he is doing nothing wrong and I am having such a tough time because I am crazy. My own mother agreed. So with an open mind I seeked even more in depth treatment for the PPD and the struggle with grief over the loss of my friend. To my shock the mental health professionals who are on my case said I am not crazy. That I am very well put together and doing exceptionally well given the circumstances. I dont know what the answer is. If it's not me, and its not anyone else than how do i fix it?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:40 PM on Jul. 29, 2009 in Relationships
Answer by ggiovanni at 4:51 PM on Jul. 29, 2009
I agree with ggiovanni (not the bipolar part though). After having trust issues with one of my previous therapists as a child (they told my mother some confidential things they should not have), I have to remind myself I don't need to lie to these people any more now that I am an adult because they can help me and they won't tell my mother or relatives my business. Kudos for reaching out and don't stop till you find the help you want and need, even if you have to sit on several different couches to find it!
Answer by MythicMMM at 4:59 PM on Jul. 29, 2009
Answer by lowencope at 5:12 PM on Jul. 29, 2009
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