"My mother is belittling me as a first time mom of my 16 month old daughter"
"Help still needed on the question "my mom is belittling me as a mom"
"Can negative remarks towards me as a mother affect my recovery time from PPD?"
"My baby crying is making me so nervous!"
"Mother will not stop belittling me as a mother!"
"Critical husband and mother of my first baby -she's 17 months old now"
"Still question concerning the critical mom and husband question "
"Its's me with the 17 month old daughter and the belittling mother and husband!"
"My husband is driving me crazy and making my PPD worse!"
These are your posts since the beginning of the year. I feel like you really need to speak with a therapist and make a plan about what you are going to do to get your life and self respect back. Make the appointment first thing in the morning. NO EXCUSES.
PPD is a real problem, so while you are learning how to deal with it, take the time to learn how to be a strong woman. A strong woman is one who will not allow others to treat you with anything but respect. Stand and walk tall all of the time.
When anyone speaks to you with anything but respect tell them "STOP!" Put your hand up like a stop sign and tell them, "you do not have my permission to speak to me like that EVER again". And stick to it.
If anyone criticizes you, tell them you are sorry that they are feeling that way. And then turn around and walk away. It is their problem.
Are you doing your best for yourself and your daughter? Because that is all that matters at this point.
You are in a toxic relationship. Your husband does not act as though he respects you. Do you respect him? If not, what are you going to do about it? You cannot change him. Are you going to change yourself or are you going to accept and love yourself as you are?
You cannot change your husbands opinion of you. No matter what you do at this point he is in a very bad habit of putting you down. You are accepting this treatment by staying and taking it. Decide what you want and ask for it demand it and do not settle. You have a right to be happy. But you are in charge of finding your own happiness.
Imagine how you want your daughter to be treated. Do you have it in your mind? That is what you also deserve.
I am sending you strength.