I think you need to talk to your doctor and possibly the father of the child....... or your own mother if she is around --they can help with what may be postpartum depression.
You could be feeling remorse for the lack of bond with your parents, spouse, significant other, ect. and are expressing those repressed feelings towards your son. I suggest seeking psychiatric help to overcome trauma that could have recently happened or had happened in your childhood.
That could be it, and I know exactly how it feels. During the pregnancy of an ex of mine, she took my marriage offer, then crushed it into the ground the next day to have sex with another man, while she was pregnant with my child. Love is always a false advertisement, so instead of looking for love in all the wrong places, look for love in the heart of your son. Always remember that now that you're a mother, there will be nothing more amazing to know than that you and your son will always share a bond.
Glad to help. I wish you luck and hope your son is healthy!
Awww. :(<br />
This isn't as uncommon as you might think. If I were you I would see a therapist and inquire about postpartum depression.
Talk to a professional.
Not OK...16 months into this child's life and his mother feels no bond? This is a problem. Professional help is needed. Think beyond YOU.
You should write a story about this to help other teen girls that think about having kids. You are all that poor baby has.
I would love to read it. I am serious that it would be a great thing.