Can you talk to them about addressing this in the future? It's pretty common, IMO it should be part of their training.
I'm glad to hear you're feeling better.
Can you talk to them about addressing this in the future? It's pretty common, IMO it should be part of their training.I'm glad to hear you're feeling better.
Oh, boy. Yes, I had it. We spent a week in the hospital while my son detoxed, and then my hubby left for a military training when we'd only been home 2 weeks. He came home for a week, then deployed.
I don't know how much to attribute to the baby versus the deployment, but it was our first in both regards, and it was a very difficult transition for me. I was most definitely depressed for a couple months, and a lot had to do with sleep deprivation.
I know your situation is a LOT different, but in the sense that it was a huge life change, all of a sudden, it's similar. I'd say that quite a number of people have difficulty coping with drastic change, and it's probably quite normal. I am glad you're getting the help you need tho. I was too afraid to admit that I wasn't 100% overjoyed and it made things very lonely for me.