before i had my son i had a miscarrige but i was not sad about it i really didnt care

Alba - posted on 03/03/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )

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Its that normal and while i was pregant with my son i really didnt care about it either. When i hear the hearbeat for the first time i didnt feel nothing at all. I didnt care about..he is now 4 years old i do love him alot. But sometimes i wish i had a abortion. Its this normal

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Ledia - posted on 03/03/2015

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Get yourself checked out by a mental health professional. You might be a highly functioning sociopath. I do not in anyway mean that as a derogatory statement--I have that diagnosis myself. Sociopaths have trouble connecting emotionally with other people. We can feel anger toward others if their actions impede fulfillment of our goals, and we can feel happiness and joy, but usually only associated with accomplishing goals, not directly related to actual people. We can even feel sadness, but again, not because have lost a personal connection, but because we have failed at accomplishing something we wanted to accomplish. Sociopaths lack empathy because it is difficult for us to imagine others have empathy for us......I'm not explaining it well.


You might not be a sociopath at all, you might just have a sort of depression, or an attachment disorder. No way to tell from one post, so go see a pro, and they will help you if you want help.

It's not a cure though, it's just an ongoing treatment, but I'm happy with it. I've accomplished a lot since I started to analyze the feelings of those I interact with and learn how to react to their emotional turmoil. Understanding how and what they feel about different things allows me to react in ways that encourage them to act as they should so that I can accomplish my goals. And that makes everyone happy. When you learn how to make your child do as you wish to help you accomplish the goals you had in mind when you decided to give birth to him, you will be happy, and he will be happy because you are happy. I think.....

Carrie - posted on 03/03/2015

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I have a 14 and 13 yr old. So they were babies and a hand full. And always thought it would be that way forever. Always being needy. But as time goes on, they get more fun. They become their own people and less dependent. Bitter sweet bc you will miss it.

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