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Feeling so down and overwhelmed

Answered 2 years ago

Anyone else? Mostly because my house is just one giant stomping ground for everyone and I can’t get out. My panic attacks are so frequent and feel so surreal 😢😢


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2 years ago
I feel this way too but things will be alright, just remember there's light at the end of the tunnel. It will pass. I know it will. You are stronger than you realise. We all are.

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2 years ago
I would recommend exercise. I know it’s the last thing you have time for but it well help you a lot. If you have little ones go to the park and play chasing. Get out in the fresh air and leave your worries behind for a little each day.

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2 years ago
Its ok to feel overwhelmed at times. It’s ok to ask for help. Get yourself to the GP if you are feeling like you aren’t coping and get a mental health plan. In the meantime, don’t be afraid to tell others to pull their weight. If someone is using your house as a stomping ground then they need to help out too. You got this mumma

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2 years ago
It would be easier to advise if we knew who you were talking about. Is it your kids, their friends, hubby, his mates, other family members?

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2 years ago
Im so sorry to read. Sounds like you are going through a tough time. Please reach out to Lifeline or Beyond Blue or even your trusted GP. They have free text, phone and email counselling and you can remain anonymous.
We have a fantastic article on our website which outlines free mental health services in Australia.
https://www.stayathomemum.com.au/bodyandsoul/free-mental-health-services-available-in-australia/

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2 years ago
please talk to a trusted friend and see if you can get professional help to deal with it.