i am a mother of 4. i have a colicky 2 month old, a toddler (speaks for itself) and 2 older stepchildren. in the past few years, my world has been on a roller coaster. recently, my two older children's mother has abandoned them for the second time in their life....they were little the last time, and didn't really know the difference, but now, they are older. in october, my wonderful husband had a heart attack and nearly died. i am taking care of a family of 6 and struggling....i have suffered from depression, cutting, eating disorders, etc in the past and now i am worried. advice anyone? can't start meds back up because of being too tired on them and can't get up with the baby.need other suggestions.
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