Re: Is it Depression?
Even though we who have depression or anxiety get very frustrated and angry and lash out at the ONES WE LOVE....we are still responsible for our actions.
I suggest you become introspective quickly, see your true feelings and accept that you need to learn how to deal with them.
You're also getting away with it at home, to the detriment of your children (who will remember it possibly forever) and to your husband (imaging being him).
The reason we get mad or take things out on others is because of how we perceive things. It relieves the stress greatly and very quickly, but doesn't let us off the hook, and it helps greatly that our husbands on occasion look the other way. I'm no saint, that's for sure (I decided to not have kids because I probably would have been the same).
Please seek ways to deal with your frustration and anger. There are clinics, psychologists, meds..etc.
I had an OK childhood, well provided for materially, but not emotionally. I remember my mom's anger and worse fueled by her alcoholism. She was hell to grow up under and it got progressively worse as I got older.
Best to you,
It's all a matter of perspective!
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