We live in a VERY opinionated world. Everyone always has something to say about every little thing you do. Whether they are advertisements, people you know, or even complete strangers when you are pregnant or a young mom everyone thinks they can have a say in what is going on. I got pregnant at 17 shortly after my husband and I married, so I heard a lot of things that I really didn’t care to hear from people. Here is my top list of things that I heard that people really should’ve kept to themselves and why they should’ve.
January is not only National Human Trafficking Awareness month, it is also Self-Love Month. Both of those things mean so much to me. If you missed my post on Human Trafficking CLICK HERE.
Self-Love and Self-Appreciation are both things that I believe everyone struggles with at sometime in their life. I know for a fact that it is something that I have struggled with, and still do. We see certain things about ourselves that no one else sees and they bother us. Our brains at times seem wired to find flaws instead of appreciate what makes us, us.
Loving a child comes so effortlessly and easily to most women, but there are those select few who have to give it they have. I have learned that those select few are more than I first thought. From the way it seems more mothers deal with some sort of postpartum mental illness than those who don’t.
Song of Solomon 3:4 NKJV ..When I found the one I love, I held him and would not let him go..
Hey everyone, I know that it has been a while since I have written anything but I have been going through a rough patch. It seemed as though I was losing my battle with postpartum depression. I couldn’t sleep. I became angry at everyone, my husband, my son, myself, etc. for no reason. I had more bad nights than good. It was becoming harder and harder to snap out of it. My husband and son would be asleep peacefully and I would be in bed next to them weeping because of how much of a failure I felt like.