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I gave birth 6 months ago and had a really traumatic birth. 2 weeks after that I started having panic attacks and really bad anxiety. Which I've never had before in my life. I could barely sleep, eat,drink or talk I was starting to live in fear and I was shaking uncontrollable. Also I gave birth right when Victoria went into lockdown so I couldn't see my family. I think that played a big roll into it aswell. But long story short I started having nightmares and every time I fall asleep I would have dreams of coming out of my body and just floating around after that stopped happening, I started having dreams of some evil thing next to me and Il be screaming JESUS in my sleep to try wake up and I was struggling to wake up. I've never had this experience before I'm overcoming it now. But here and there it just comes back and I have dreams of me screaming until I wake up out of them. Also I sometimes will overthink everything and I feel confused but I've been praying constantly and I read my Bible everyday I've asked for repentance. I believe I'm getting stronger day by day but now I have dreams about my 4 year old daughter someone trying to attack her and now she is having nightmares. I keep praying against it but I think now I need help in what to do. Please help thank you and God bless
 
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Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.
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Sounds like a big ol case of post partum depression.

I would seriously talk to your doctor about it.
The hormonal changes a woman goes through with the birthing process is huge.

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EDIT: respectfully, also could be called Postpartum Anxiety. Either way, we have a Lord, we have a King... let us look unto Him
let us pray God's peace and comfort as we ourselves would very much like in the same situation
Bless you ....><>
 
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Hello Wellaaa,

What is going through my heart right now is a cry .... for Intercessors Arise. Prayer is a powerful thing and you are doing the right thing as keep on praying. I'm reading an article by Wanda Alger who is an intercessor. In this article she says....

I want to encourage parents and grandparents to not be discouraged or fearful concerning the battles your children are facing. There is an ONSLAUGHT against this next generation because of the LEGACY they carry. We must stand in the gap together and contend for their inheritance.

I believe this particular battle is one in which we as Moms and Dads are called to STAND FIRM on behalf of our children and not give up any ground that we have gained in our own journey. The enemy will try to wear us out by throwing fear, doubt, and confusion into our homes and we must not give in. Our PRAYERS OF FAITH are critical right now.
We don’t have to fight – we just have to stand – and remain standing

If you have intercessors in your church, ask them to pray with you. You have a LEGACY and I pray that the Lord's Peace and Joy will invade your home. I pray Psalm 91 over you and your family.

Bible Gateway passage: Psalm 91 - The Passion Translation

Will continue praying for you.

Blessings
 
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Hi. I just wanted to thank you all for the help and prayers. I believe God has been working through me and getting me through this. I was talking to a councillor but it wasn't helping for me. I believe God has helped me alot and I am changing and getting closer to him day by day. Thank you for the encouragement and God bless you all
 
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Sounds like a big ol case of post partum depression.

I would seriously talk to your doctor about it.
The hormonal changes a woman goes through with the birthing process is huge.

======================
EDIT: respectfully, also could be called Postpartum Anxiety. Either way, we have a Lord, we have a King... let us look unto Him
let us pray God's peace and comfort as we ourselves would very much like in the same situation
Bless you ....><>
Sounds like this. Also, the absence of family is unhelpful too due to the pandemic.
 

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