Hmm, we got a problem here... There is nothing wrong with you! You are living a different life than most children of your age. Being a teen mom is tough, extremely tough. Not, because of your beautiful baby. He or she is keeping you together! A lot of people these days are judging each other what they see, and don't think about the story of every single person. So again, there is nothing wrong with you. You are living a different life, but you are still all normal. I wish you a lot of happiness and a great future for both of you! I saw on your profile that you are a teen mom, I assumed that's what troubling you.
If you're feeling down, it's possibly post-partum depression. Which is really a mighty kick in the crotch by all accounts, and I don't envy you if so.<br />
If that's the case, then it can very be hard to get the level of self-awareness to realize that you aren't the walking bag of poop that you see yourself as, and that it's just the neurochemicals in your brain making you feel that way (I say "just": these are massively powerful hormones that you're essentially powerful in the face of, and no small thing at all!). And even if you reach that realization, it's still hard to get motivated to seek the help from a doc to get the brain-balancing meds to let you get back on an even keel and back to being the loving happy mom that you had expected and hoped to be.
"essentially powerful" -> "essentially powerless", let me edit my posts, you naughty website, you!
It's called being a teenager.
You are currently in the most confusing time in your life...not a child, but not yet an adult. Just hold on and enjoy the ride...things will clear up in a couple years.
We need to know what you think. Tell us what you believe is wrong.... maybe we can help...