I am pregnant and depressed, i dont even know if its depression or what buy i dont feel good. My sister is making me sick about not accepting the man i married because he is not as wealthy as the kind of man she wants for me, because of her i feel if ive made the right decision, i only want to concentrate on my unborn lovely child and my husband even if things are rough, i still want to get through it, rough times dont last... but everytime she starts talking about me and hating on me....need advice
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replied September 21st, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.In pregnancy ,Mood swings andcryingspells are a normal part ofpregnancy, especiallyduringyour first trimester as hormones ramp up. It also takes some time to absorb the emotional weight of life's big changes, like having a child. Take a deep breath.
Keep yourself busy and think good and concentrate on your child.. Your endless happiness. Everything gets well with time.



Take care
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