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Sunday, 11 October 2020

Frankie tried to make it easier but I was just pushing him away – Corazon Kwamboka narrates

 

Yesterday marked Moi Day…ah sorry Huduma Day for Kenyans but in the rest of the world people commemorated World Mental Health Day.

This year’s theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health was ‘mental health for all’ and in the spirit of sharing, Corazon Kwamboka decided to share her own story dealing with mental issues.

The curvaceous lawyer spoke about her experience after she gave birth a few months back. You see, it wasn’t easy for her as she suffered from that common post-pregnancy milieu-postnatal depression.

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Corazon narrated that she went through some crazy extremes that left her wondering why she was crying uncontrollably without any good reason and often found herself banging on doors unprovoked.

‘I had my baby in August, no one tells you how hard it’s going to be, it was the best moment in my life but it was also the toughest moments for me.’

Corazon stated that the tiniest things would set her off and recalled being triggered by saltless food.  The socialite wrote.

“I found myself crying for no reason, banging doors and throwing myself on the floor, every small thing would trigger me to go nuts, like if the food did not have enough salt. I had such a hard time, Frankie tried, I mean he really tried to make it easier but I was just pushing him away.”

Adding, “One day I started driving in the middle of the night with my baby strapped on his seat. That’s when I realized I was endangering myself and my baby and I needed help.”

She finished off by saying,

“I had been embarrassed to ask for help, embarrassed to admit that I was having a hard time, it took a huge toll on me trying to deal with it alone. I guess what I’m trying to say is it’s okay to be stressed or to have blues. Share with me your hardest moments adjusting as moms.”

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