I feel for your sake speak with a Specialist. This is something that is so different for you. The female partner probably feels just the opposite. Most automatically bond with their little one as they have had them since conceiving. Your not a bad father you just need help in the way you are thinking. The baby is so young, and really there is no interaction. This wil come in time when you see your little one smile or gurgle. In the meantime when you feel the way you do, make sure he is fed,changed and put down. Get help now so that you yourself can understand your feelings and when to expect change. In the meantime when you feel angry with him and he is fed and dry, just lie him down. I certainly give you credit for even admitting this. This is the first step, Admitting. Find a councellor and speak with him/her. abt. your feeliings. They in turn willl startt a program for you, and only you.I commend you and feel that you are looking for help.. I wish you so much luck, for you wwith help, you will make it. There is love there you just have to find it through councelling. You will be a much better dad for it. Get the help you need for you and your son to have a hheallthy relationshiip. Good luck to both of you!! Blessings as well.View Thread
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