ok, i'm 24 currently i have two kids and three step kids. i met my husband when i was 20. before that i had been struggling with bp my whole life. it robbed me of having a childhood and being a teenager and partly of being a young adult. my husband is ten years older than me and lived a full life. sometimes when people talk about stuff they have done..even stupid stuff that i never got to do..i get envious. It depresses me to think about what bp has taken away from me..all the experiences i have never had and will never get back. i'd never give up any of my kids for this but is it wrong of me to want to do more than sit home all the time? i love being a at home mom while my kids are still little. but i live over two hours away from where i grew up and i have no friends up here. is it bad to want to do things i see other 24 year old people doing? i feel so guilty for wanting to do things other than be with my kids. i don't know. i just feel robbed of my past and it makes me sad.
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