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This Is What Im Dealing With And I Dont Know What To Do?

I have been with my fiancee for 3 1/2 years and we have 2 kids together (The oldest is Andrea which is 2 1/2, and the youngest Cody which just turned a year this month.). Our problems have been starting ever since i got pregnant with andrea cause i never wanted to have sex. So after having her the dr messed me all up down there in that region. So for about 15 months we barely had sex and i would be ok one minute and the bam pissed off the next and he wouldnt have to do nething. So then when we found out i was pregnant with cody we still wasnt having sex and my mood swings were getting worse. I just figured it was cuz of the pregnancy. and when i had cody i had to have him by c-section and i got my tubes tied and a revised epesotomy. So lets just say my dr made it better A LOT better. But now i still get the mood swings and they come more often now then they were before and now im having very bad migraines. I dont want him to touch me at all cuz im so mad at him. Also i want to know if this is true and y i feel like this, Im not attractive to him nemore cuz he is very controlling and he is very mean to andrea and cody. Especially to cody cuz hes a boy and he thinks he has to tuffin him up early so he (and i quote) "doesnt turn out into a ***** cuz the rate hes going with how im rraising him he will be a *****. There is a whole lot more to my story but cant write down right now. But i need some answers on what to do or where to go. And therapy is out of the question cuz he will not go to one EVER.
susanehaby susanehaby 22-25, F 1 Response Nov 28, 2010

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Kick your partner out for a while and let him see what he really has got. The only one who has the problem here is your man. He needs to sort his head out.<br />
But back to you, are you sure you're not suffering with post natal depression? A lot of people believe post natal depression only happens within the first 8 weeks of having a baby, but if it goes undiagnosed, it can last a life time.