Me and my baby daughter went to a group but all the mothers were judging me | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: I TOOK my two-month old daughter to a mother and baby group, but I felt like all the other mothers were judging me.

I love my baby  but I want more than just to sit at home with her. 

I’m 34 and have always dreamt of having a family with my partner, 36.

I expected to find it fulfilling. Instead, it’s mind-numbingly dull – just feeding, changing and no conversation. I miss adult company, even work.

The other mothers I met all seemed so happy. All they wanted to talk about was their babies, and when I tried to change the topic, they made me feel I was weird.

Am I a terrible mother?

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DEIDRE SAYS:  Of course not. Many women feel just like you do. Perhaps you need to find a different mother and baby group where you will meet like-minded mums.

Visit (08000 68 63 68), which helps parents with young children.

You could also try Peanut, a friendship app for women at similar life stages.

If you feel you may have postnatal depression, talk to your GP or midwife. 

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