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We all have days when we’re tired. Too tired to even do anything. Especially when you have your little one by your side, needing your attention 24/7. You can’t even use the toilet in peace. At these times you need that ‘breather’ in your little comfortable space. You need to be able to drink your coffee while enjoying the weather outside. All these desires run in our minds… but you know you have responsibilities to take care of for the little-smiling cutie who is waiting for you.
We all want to overcome our challenges and strive to be stronger so that we can treasure each second of each minute, each day. Every night, telling ourselves, we can do this, we can survive the day – that is how every new mother gets through the next day, BUT this does not mean they are too weak, too tired however- Yes! Our mental strength can overpower all the fatigue and at the end of the day, that effort we put in is all worth the sacrifice!
Post-Natal Blues or as most call it, depression, is not an overnight feeling of stress which we can often just dismiss. It is a build-up of various factors which evolve around people who either make it better or worse. It is an inner struggle which mothers feel and fight in a battle of their own.
Then the questions come to mind:-
How exactly do we battle with it?
How do we negate the self–brought consequences?
How can we help others deal with post-natal depression?