I Feel I’m Not Good Enough to be a Mumma as I’m Working
I got pregnant after 5 years of my marriage and through lots of complications, but now I am a mother of a beautiful child. She ? is my life, my love ❤? everything to sum up.
I am a working mother and there is no support from my in-laws. I can’t explain how it feels to leave my baby and go to work. Initially, when I started office, after completion of 6 months my mumma papa came and supported me but due to some work they had to go back and now my baby is 7 months. I go to office leaving my children with my maid and husband.
I am sorry to say but I feel like I’m doing injustice to my child, I’m going through depression, every time I keep thinking about my doll and also the injustice of my in-laws. I’m having a government job and financial condition is also not good, so can’t think of leaving the job.
I have fulfilled all my responsibilities very well towards my in-laws, but when I wanted them they didn’t support me, I need answers which I’m not getting, I feel the pain of my child when she has to stay for 8 to 10 hrs but I’m helpless.
Till now, my mumma was taking excellent care of my doll but now I think if I would be able to give my child the best care, how will she be raised n many more questions keep haunting me.
Every day I think I will get some solutions but no use.
I’m going through the very very tough phase of my life where I’m only concerned about my doll.
I curse myself for not being a good mother. I feel like every working mother must have gone through the same but then they would also have someone to support them, maybe in-laws or parents. Or maybe I’m thinking too much.
That’s why, I said I’m not good enough to be a mumma.
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