Wendy Kimani

‘I felt like a horrible person’ Wendy Kimani on overcoming post partum depression

Kenyan artiste Wendy Kimani has in a touching social media post confessed that her son helped her beat post partum depression.

According to Wendy, motherhood is a role so rewarding that she wouldn’t change it for anything else.

I  had to repost this from my stories. This is what it means when they say being a mother is so rewarding!

I wanna encourage any one going through postpartum depression, or just depression, anxiety, panic attacks or any other mental issues that it will pass!

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Wendy Kimani
Wendy Kimani

I know you’re thinking no mine is different, mine is BAD! Trust me, It will END! 
This boy is my little angel. I never used to understand when they said,” my kids give me strength” noooow omg!! Yessss i get it now!

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Wendy adds that she started creating a bond with her son at 2 years by listening to songs together.

So if you hadn’t seen my stories, this song, just as an old classic, heard it and sang it a million times, is a beautiful song but don’t think I ever really listened to the words.

When he was just 2 months old, I started to massage him before his bath to create a bond.

A past photo of wendy-kimani-pregant

And all that went through my mind was why did i bring this child to this sh*t world, im a horrible person!
He’s gonna have depression one day and that’s my fault!

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Wendy adds that despite the fact that her son was still too young she decided that the song would be their secret language.

Then the song played and the words said everything I would want to tell him if ever he was sad or depressed! EVERYTHING! So I decided this will be our song!

In conclusion Wendy confesses that the best thing so far is that her son has learnt the song she used to soothe him with.

Fast forward to now! He learnt it some how….and asks for it then jumps in for a cuddle and sings it with me.

I mean…. what????😭😭😭 Sooooooooooo much love for this little man!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤ #PCOS #postpartumdepression

Below is the video of Wendy and her son.

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I had to repost this from my stories. This is what it means when they say being a mother is so rewarding! I wanna encourage any one going through postpartum depression, or just depression, anxiety, panic attacks or any other mental issues that it will pass! I know you're thinking no mine is different, mine is BAD! Trust me, It will END! This boy is my little angel. I never used to understand when they said ," my kids give me strength" noooow omg!! Yessss i get it now! So if you hadn't seen my stories, this song, just as an old classic, heard it and sang it a million times, is a beautiful song but don't think i ever really listened to the words. When he was just 2 months old, i started to massage him before his bath to create a bond… and all that went through my mind was why did i bring this child to this shit world, im a horrible person! He's gonna have depression one day and thats my fault! Then the song played and the words said everything i would want to tell him if ever he was sad or depressed! EVERYTHING! So i decided this will be our song! Fast forward to now! He learnt it some how….and asks for it then jumps in for a cuddle and sings it with me…i mean…. what????😭😭😭 Sooooooooooo much love for this little man!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤ #PCOS #postpartumdepression #depression #depressionhelp #healing #babies #motherhood #musicheals

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