We've probably all felt like this from time to time....stress, hormones, being at home with kids all the time - especially kids with special needs. The only thing I can tell you is this, when you feel like you just want to curl up and do nothing -DON'T. Force yourself to get up, take a shower, put on some "real" clothes (not the "I'm sitting around the house in my sweatpants all day" outfit we all love so much) and do something - anything. Of course, in an ideal world you could ask for some hands on support from your husband and family (don't know if that is an option for you - it generally is not for me because of his work schedule and my nearest family being 2 hours away) while you went out and did something for yourself or just took a long nap. As far as getting all the chores done, I know that personally I have to have a schedule and a daily list. I break stuff up so I'm not doing the same thing everyday - like doing all the wash on one day, scrubbing the bathroom on another - like one big project per day, plus the things that need to get done daily. If you are seeing a therapist and not telling them how you REALLY feel, I would say that you are probably cheating them out of actually helping you.
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