I haven't been here for a while. But when I was here I found great people and support. I delivered my son 3/20/08 at 18 weeks, after my water broke(Premature Rupture of Membranes). I have had one solo therapy session(blah blah)Like I need a woman nodding her head like a broken bobble head saying "It hurts, doesn't it?" or "I think your depressed" DUH really? My group is better, although I only had one meeting and tonight was my 2nd. I delayed going back to work until the 2nd meeting.I really needed that before I went back. But, I live in Denver and due to snow, the cancelled the meeting! And I don't have a solo for two weeks. I'm at that point were I am going crazy. I need to go back to work. When my husband goes to work and I'm alone, I don't get out of bed and only answer the phone from certian people. Most just want to "check in" and that uncomfortable call only last a minute or two. I feel I will never get back to "normal"
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