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Reply Alyson February 1, at 4: I have social anxiety which makes it Lonely moms in jacmel hard to put myself out there, let alone get by with day to day life. Lonely moms in jacmel you for sharing your story! Reply lindsey February 2, at 3: My husband and I were a bit behind the curve in getting married and then having kids not for a lack of trying. The mom friends I was close to now have older children and other friends from school, music class, their neighborhoods, etc. I work, while they are stay-at-home moms. My husband works out of town and I telecommute. It does get lonely. I want them to have friends and be included in play dates, birthday parties, etc.

Reply Lindsay September 22, at 6: I live in a rural area and I was so lonely when my kids were little. I found myself tribe less again and so lonely. Sometimes I wish we could wear a sign letting people know that we need a friend so we know who else is lonely too. Reply Laylin December 18, at 2: I used to have close friends but they all seemed to vanished after I had my first. I do get blue often about this and think of this often as well! Reply Ellie December 22, at 7: Mamahood can be so lonely — I am one of the lonely moms but looking forward to the day that I make a true mama Phwoar free dating that just gets me!

I tell my husband all the time, that I miss my friends from a decade ago. The ones that knew me from the beginning, knew all my faults and failures, but still loved me! Now I feel like having kids, people have a new level to get to know you on. I feel like they need to like you as a mom first…they need to like your kids and how you have raised them thus far…. Thanks for this article! Reply Cat December 29, at 4: I have lived in multiple states and have still not connected. Reply Kim March 30, at I was just standing in my kitchen looking out the window with tears in my eyes thinking these things while breakfast cooks.

Mama, I know that you're lonely too. Just remember that this is a season and it is the most sacred season you will ever have the honor of experiencing. This is the time when your babies need you and want you and enjoy having you around. This is the time when they will cling to your legs as you try to leave the house without them and run into your arms when you come home as if you'd been gone a lifetime. You will never be more loved and wanted and needed than you are right now This is the season of boo-boos and spit-up and dirt.

It's the season of minute showers, half-shaved legs and one-eyed mascara. You will get lonely. And maybe sometimes you'll feel down about your life and wish you had someone else's. You'll get frustrated and angry and you'll want to escape. This will be the most unglamorous and unappreciated time of your life, and sometimes it just totally sucks. But have peace in knowing that this will be the season you look back on longingly. One day, we'll feel we'd gladly give up all the friends in the world to have our babies small again.

To be able to fit them on our laps and read them stories and go on adventures and eat pancakes at every meal. When loneliness creeps up in your heart and you start to feel sorry for yourself and wish for something other than what you have right now, fill that emptiness where your social life used to be with baby belly laughs and movie nights and pillow fights and silly songs. Don't let temporary loneliness steal this season of your life. I'm not saying that friendship isn't important. Obviously, it is, or we wouldn't feel its lack so strongly. We were never meant to live in isolation. Women, especially, need friendship. But sometimes, our friendships take the backseat in life -- and we can let that destroy us and affect our motherhood, or we can embrace it and give ourselves, and our friends, grace.

If you have friends, do whatever you can to spend time with them as often as life allows. But maybe you're in the same place I am right now. Maybe you're in a new city, and you don't know anybody, and then you meet people but they already have their groups of friends and circles and you just kind of feel like the oddball out. It's easy to get discouraged and feel defeated. It's easy to cling to the computer and your online friends.

Find a moms group, a meet-up, a park where moms often hang out. Step out of your comfort zone, ask for phone numbers, and be intentional about forming friendships. Sometimes it will fail.


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