I know how you feel. I was a stay at home for six years to my three kids. I had no help and could not even go to the doctor. My husbands family would also not mind there own bussiness. It made me have alot of self doubt. Now I miss those days when my kids were so little. They are all in school now. Your kids will be in school before you know it. Then you might even miss these days. Set ground rules with your husband about his family. Its your life and you know what is best for your family. I am also on anti depressants and get alot of complaits about it. But now I have the self esteem to tell people its none of there bussiness. Just enjoy your kids while they are young. They will be gone before you know it. Good LuckView Thread
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