Are you a stay at home mom who sometimes experiences depression or anxiety? Do you ever feel lonely, resentful, or even guilty for being a sahm?
Also, here are links to some online readings that I think you’ll find helpful and informative.
- How to Stop Stay at Home Mom Depression
- Melancholy mom: Isolation and depression are common for stay-at-home moms
- Sometimes I resent being a stay-at-home mom. Is this normal?
- Depression Help for Stay-at-Home Moms
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