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Nigerian Mom Battling Depression Throws Followers Into Panic After Instagram Post

Nigerian Mom Battling Depression Throws Followers Into Panic After Instagram Post

A Nigerian mom with Instagram handle @foodbowlng  who is battling depression, took to her Instagram page to share a disturbing post that has left her family members, friends and followers in a panic mode.

The woman who is a caterer shared photos of her children while sending words to some family members not to maltreat them.

As a result of the suicidal thoughts undertone in her post, many people reached out to her and she has since deleted the post, written a thank you note to appreciate her loved ones and afterwards, changed her handle to @jad.elle while she deleted every posts on her Instagram page.

See what she posted below:

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“They complete me.
That moment you know no one loves you, want you, believes you, trusts you.
Who knows that feelings you feel dejected by someone you thought was in love with you and boom you find out it’s been all lies.
Or is it when you know you are bad luck and can never be useful to anyone.
How can I miss out on why your past keeps affecting your present and your future?even though the past cheated you and made you be what you are not.
When I look at this pictures of my adorable kids I know my beautiful family loves them than I do.
@lizzyolejeme @alexandramylee@kaodili__ @krobe_ @ujunwa0_ always and do take take care of Jaden & Jaden, will definitely comeback for them at the right time.
@glaminky tell your brother inlaw all I have said is nothing but the truth, Godwill make a way for him & lastly he should never let anyone maltreat my flesh & blood. Bring them up in the way of Christ & teach them how to love their neighbor & enemies.
How can I forget my wonderful sisters I met via @naijabrandchick the tribe is the future.
Lastly to my awesome customers who have patronized me, thank you and I will miss doing what I know how to do best.
@tradloft @daisy_macaulay @cute_karamelyou already know what I feel for you all.
Till we met again!
Help others in depression asi leave in peace with love???”

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Depression is a mental health disorder characterized by persistent depressed mood or loss of interests in activities, which in turn births significant impairment in the sufferers’ daily lifestyle.

This persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interests could lead the sufferer into feeling worthless and ultimately, sell the idea that suicide is the ‘bravest’ way out to him/her.
Do not listen to that voice, please!
Rather, reach out to get help knowing that, suicide doesn’t take away the pain, it only gives it to someone else. And contrary to the thought that suicide connotes ‘bravery’, it doesn’t! It connotes self-centredness. Do not take it!
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  • It’s so sad that we don’t have help lines for people going through depression in Nigeria. No support and education .
    I was going through depression after I lost my brother. I had all the signs except suicidal thoughts. People around me didn’t notice because I think they don’t care enough.
    I was able to overcome it when I visited my mother who noticed immediately she saw me that I wasn’t looking good. She was able to counsel me and I snapped out of it.
    I believe having adequate support and assurance from loved ones can help to overcome depression. Although some people need medical attention.

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