“Nothing gets me going.”, “I don’t care about anything.”, “I just don’t care about getting out of bed.”, you may have experienced these and other thoughts related to low motivation. Today we will focus on how you can improve your motivation by detecting and working on the underlying causes. Whether it’s depression, burnout, fear of failure, or some other factors that have reduced your power of will, we can work on them.
Things may look grim at the moment, your past being wrapped in gloomy overtones and your future looking rather uncertain or negative.
Are you struggling to connect to your baby? Do you find yourself feeling low, helpless or confused about your future? Perhaps you keep thinking that you’re failing in your new role as a dad.
Starting a family and having a baby is a life-changing experience which poses many challenges. Overnight, there are new responsibilities, sleepless nights, financial worries and so on. Coping with this significant shift can leave many parents feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, anxious or depressed. While we might commonly associate postnatal depression (PND) with mothers, this mental health issue also happens to men.