I believe that I suffer from SAD, I don't like leaving my home when I do I feel like people stare at me and it makes me uncomfortable, I wonder what they are thinking about me... I am a stay at home mom of an 8 year old son and a 15 month old girl... I feel like I have passed on my fears to my son, he as well only wants to stay inside and only until recently I've enrolled him in extracurricular activities, he seems to have trouble making and keeping friends, just like his mom. How can I teach him what I don't know? I live in a new subdivision with alot of young families like us and I see the wives and mothers gather outside to chat, I want to be a part of the group but I am too intimidated to go up to a group of women, and I often wonder if they think I'm weird because I never talk and I never have people over because I don't really have any friends...it's a very lonely life... I was adopted and do not feel close with my adopted familly, I barely speak to any of them, I pray everyday for a friend and I am so envious of people with loving close relationships with their famillies...thanks for reading this sorry if I sound like a downer, I've just been having a hard time...
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