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  • thetaleofmummyhood on

    I can’t imagine the amount of strength it must take, mentally and physically, to handle a meltdown. You described the situation so well providing me with an understanding of meltdowns that I didn’t have before. You are one hell of a Mother, don’t forget that! Thanks so much for linking such an emotional post to #Blogstravaganza, it would be great to see you again next week xx

    • admin on

      Thanks for having me, I’ll definitely be back next week. A x

  • Lucy grace on

    Such a whirlwind of emotions for both yourself and for him to go through. It’s a shame his Dad can’t see your perspective, no doubt that adds frustration to the mix. Stay strong, I think going into your mind when he is having a melt down has served you well, its given you this post which can help others in similar situations feel less alone 🙂 xxx

    • admin on

      Thanks for the comment. Yes, it’s just survival mode at times…I desperately hope the council help me a bit more than they are at present. A x

  • A Mum Track Mind (@amumtrackmind) on

    I often find that when things become unbearable or overwhelming, writing down my feelings can really release a lot of my tension. It’s cathartic and this post whilst it comes across as brave and honest to us reading it, also strikes me as perhaps being very cathartic for you to express how you feel for a change. As mothers we are so attuned to thinking about what our children are feeling aren’t we? It’s good to stop and allow ourselves to feel things too. Thanks so much for sharing this very personal post with us on #fortheloveofBLOG x

  • Someone’s Mum on

    Big hugs. I have been there. But my boy is so small still. Big hugs lady – we just keep at it. Thanks for linking with #SpectrumSunday. We hope you come back next time.

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