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The future for me

 Now over a year on from my discharge from Rainbow I am back working full time, I am still on medication but I accept why.  It doesn’t make me a crazy mum, it makes me a better mum.  The mum that Zachary deserves and the mum I want to be.  If I was diabetic I wouldn’t dream of not taking my medication, so why did I worry about taking it for my brain. I still suffer from anxiety but I know I do, I know what it is and I know how to deal with it.  Everyone suffers from anxiety but it comes in all different guises.  I think on reflection I have always suffered from it, but previously my way of dealing with it was to control everything.  I don’t have to be everything to everyone, I can say no. 
  1. I will always have HAD Post Natal Depression
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  2. I continue to suffer from anxiety but I manage it
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  3. For the foreseeable future I will remain on medication
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  4. I have a 1/3 chance of PND returning if I have another baby
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  5. I work full time in a busy job
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  6. I have a beautiful baby boy
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  7. I have a loving family and partner
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  8. I am not superwoman, I can say no
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