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I am worried about my 2 yrs old kid that my thoughts and behaviour may effect his future life

I am 32. I am an Engineering grad but a house wife. There s always waxing and waning in my thoughts. Sometimes i feel very confident and someother time i feel very low. most of the times i feel worthless and feel like dying. I hate my mom and the way she brought me up. she always restricts me from mingling with others which i like very much. again i feel that i am thinking wrong about my mom. I have 2 year old kid. My thoughts and behaviour may effect his further life. I am totally worried. very confused about myself
Asked On : Mon, 8 Nov 2010
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I hope this answer finds you in better health than when you wrote it.

Low mood, negative pattern of thinking, mood swings etc are suggestive of depression amongst many problems.

There are many ways in which this can be helped (Medication and formal taking therapies for confiremd clincial depression ) and if it is not , then as well, talking about your problems itself can help to a large extent.

Do consult a mental health care professional.

Answered: Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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