Posted 9/2/2005 7:41 PM (GMT -7)
That was a very brave post you made. You are speaking for many who are in the same situation and can't talk about it. Bless you!
I used to volunteer at the local grade school when I was a stay at home mom. I found there lots of things they needed help with there. Some things I brought home to do, and I would also volunteer for any task where the little one was invited to be with me. The folks at the nursing homes also enjoy a visit from moms with little ones . . . they brighten right up when they see children. I hope you can find a neighbor who is in the same situation as you. Try walking up the bus stop in the morning. When moms put kindergarteners on the bus, they usually walk to the bus stop with them and you'll meet other moms that way.
Softy is right, the walks and such help, but if you don't feel better REALLY soon, talk to your doctor about your feelings.
Welcome to the forum sis!
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