Zoe Marshall shares a heartbreaking story of struggling with postnatal depression

<pre><pre>Zoe Marshall shares a heartbreaking story of struggling with postnatal depression

Zoe Marshall, 33, revealed earlier that she had trouble adjusting to motherhood after giving birth to her first child, Benjamin Fox.

Now, WAG's personality, turned into a radio, has spoken frankly about his heartbreaking struggle with postnatal depression in an effort to raise awareness about mental health in RU OK Day this Thursday.

Taking Instagram, Zoe wrote: "Today is RUOK's day. I have to be honest. Today I am … The two previous months were brutal. Suffering extreme postnatal exhaustion.

"I tried to keep it together … I tried to smile all the time": NRL WAG WAG Zoe Marshall has shared her struggle with postnatal depression (pictured with her husband Benji and son Benjamin Fox)

She continued the caption, writing that the post-partum played on low immunity, constant flu symptoms [and] exhaustion ", adding that she did not take any day off from motherhood or work.

"I tried to keep it together, I tried to smile through everything, I just had time for my baby and my work, everything else disappeared, I do not talk to anyone about it.

"I can not believe how happy I finally feel … Was it postnatal depression? I do not know, I do know that as a woman and as a mother, I put a lot of pressure on myself."

"I tried to keep it together, I tried to smile through everything, I just had time for my baby and my work, everything else disappeared, I did not talk to anyone about that," he wrote in an Instagram post on Thursday.

And in July, Zoe took her Instagram story to share an honest message with the fans, admitting that she felt like she was "drowning" & # 39; while trying to juggle motherhood, his career in the media and life in general.

"Some of you have wondered why I've been so quiet," Zoe began, adding that she was seeing a psychologist.

& # 39; Things are really difficult at this time. So I spend some time trying to balance my life, improve and clear my mind.

Sincere: in July, Zoe took her Instagram story to share an honest post with the fans, admitting that she felt like she was "drowning" & # 39; while trying to juggle motherhood, his career in the media and life in general.

Sincere: in July, Zoe took her Instagram story to share an honest post with the fans, admitting that she felt like she was "drowning" & # 39; while trying to juggle motherhood, his career in the media and life in general.

Sincere: in July, Zoe took her Instagram story to share an honest post with the fans, admitting that she felt like she was "drowning" & # 39; while trying to juggle motherhood, his career in the media and life in general.

"Being sick (immobile) for so long is affecting me mentally."

In March, Zoe admitted that she was struggling with the adjustment of becoming a new mother and shared a photo of Instagram crying.

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& # 39; Things are really difficult at this time. So I spend some time trying to balance my life, improve and clear my mind, "he wrote.

& # 39; Things are really difficult at this time. So I spend some time trying to balance my life, improve and clear my mind, "he wrote.

& # 39; Things are really difficult at this time. So I spend some time trying to balance my life, improve and clear my mind, "he wrote.

Full publication of Instagram of Zoe

Beautiful family photo. But also a fight. Today is RUOK's day. I have to be honest. I am today. In fact, the last weeks I felt good. Finally. The two previous months were brutal. Suffering from extreme postnatal exhaustion. If you do not know what it is, take a look at @droscarserrallach.

He played in low immunity, constant symptoms of flu, exhaustion, moodiness, sadness and overwhelm. I did not take a day off from mime (how can you do it?) Or work. I do not know if it's good or bad. But I tried to keep it together. I tried to smile through everything. I only had time for my baby and my work. Everything else disappeared. I do not talk to anyone about it. Only sharing with you looks of me, not coping. Maybe I shared sometimes. I can not believe how happy I finally feel. I think this is the "normal" me. It's been so long since I've felt like me. Like the cloud has risen. Do not get me wrong, I was happy at work, very happy with my husband and my baby, but everything felt so difficult. 110 times harder than it should be. Was it post natal depression? I do not know. I know that as a woman and as a mother, I pressed a lot. Women are great at that. Do not allow yourself enough fun, space, time. I am sad because of the pressure that I have imposed on myself. Now I can see clearly, it has given me time to re-evaluate my life. Important. The point is, I'm fine. Please, consult those around you today and every day if you consider it necessary. Question RUOK? We, as a race, are very good at hiding when we are not.

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