Emotions During Pregnancy


adrianandaaliyahsmom704's picture

Ok so as everyone can see or read I'm 36 weeks pregnant. My b.f was telling me yesterday oh as soon as you give birth you better lose weight my weight has never been an issue since we got together and all of a sudden it is then i told him well if you want a skinny B*tch then go out and find your self one hes always making fun of me and i don't no what to tell him or say to him it bothers me and now more that my hormones are off the wall. Any advice?????

another baby

i took 4 tests and the all said the same thing another kid the two i have are enough for me i love kids but 3 at home 4 on the weekends thats too much for one person to handle i feel overwhelmed stressed compleatly not ready how do i tell my boys my family i dont like feeling like this blessing is really a curse but things are finally falling into place i have a savings and this isnt want i want to spend it on what about my five year plan what am i supposed to do now i dont have time for dr appts i need to work i wanna scream and cry and ............


The day has finally arrived. I am only 30 days away from my due date, and reasonably sure that my long-awaited baby girl will come a little earlier than that. Then why does it feel so sad...almost like a loss? Don't get me wrong, I can't wait to see my baby girl, hold her, feed her, dress her up in bows and pink frills. But recently I have been thinking, with much melancholy, just how much I will miss her being inside me. I have carried her with me for so long. She is such a wiggle-worm, I never feel alone all day because I feel her ever-squirming presence.


About a year ago I found out I was pregnant for the very first time. That morning I had told my husband that I thought I was pregnant and he just waved it off, not really believing me. To his defense I had thought this or that must be pregnancy for a little while before that. I had been so worried about getting pregnant before my wedding. However my wedding had just passed and i just knew that I was pregnant this time.

Nic's Nerves - Trying to find peace.

I was talking to my hubby a couple of nights ago and I told him that basically, I was going to be neurotic and paranoid for the first 12 weeks of this pregnancy and that everyone would just have to accept that that is the way things are. He sounded really surprised "But why?" So now it was my turn to sound surprised (how could he not know why?!?!?) so there was a touch of sarcasm in my answer.

I have Post-Traumatic Stress

Laura Markham's picture


Hi Dr. Laura,
I have Post-traumatic Stress. I know I have it.

I am still a child I consider myself to be because I'm still in the teenage years, I'm 19. So I was wondering could you tell me how to deal with this issue.

I got this from being in a car accident on May 2007 and suffered from eye trauma and I'm probably going to be on eye drops for the rest of my life.