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Don't deserve to be called a bad mum.

Today was a pretty good day, got my daughter off to nursery, got all my work done, lots of meetings, took my MS medicine which involves injecting myself, kept to my diet and found out I'd lost .3 kilos, picked my daughter up, all while my partner slept as he is on the night shift.

Now I know this doesn't sound like a lot but I am currently in a relapse with my MS which makes things harder to do.

So good day until I needed to change my daughter's nappy. My partner was up and about getting ready to got to work and my daughter was not having any of it, struggling, wiggling around and managed to kick me right in the spot where I did my injection. So I took some deep breaths and asked my partner to help as I was in a lot of pain, only to be told that I'm a bad mum for not being able to do it myself...

Not the first time he's told me I'm a bad mum and it won't be the last. I know I don't deserve it, I do look after the both of them really well, but today it just got to me and I'm trying so hard to let it go because I don't want my daughter to see me upset. It just hurts when I try so hard and all I get are put downs and hurtful things said to me.
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If the kids are hearing that, it hurts them too. If he cares about them too, he should shut up. 馃槖
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[@1188491,ColonelPringle] I don't think he thinks about that bring an option as she's 16 months old, the problem is he just doesn't think
 
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