I gave birth to my son 8 weeks ago and it has been a SHOCK to the system to say he least. He is incredibly colic, very very hard work. I feel so lonely in all of this, I have little input from his father (except from him demanding he has George for weeks at a time when he wants). I resent his dad so much for leaving me in this position, and can't move past feeling quite sorry for myself at the moment. I love my son with all my heart, but I'm so lonely. In the night when I'm feeding George, I just crave some company. It's very overwhelming. I knew it would be hard work, and prepared myself as best I could, but I didn't think it would be so hard to do simple tasks, I can barely even find the time to go to the toilet! I am only 19, so none of my friends have children, and they are also all in relationships so I have shut myself off from them (un-intentionally, I just feel sad when I see them now)How do you guys cope?
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