Man Shares Emotional Video Of His Wife Crying In The Kitchen Around 1am When He Went To Drink Water

Man Shares Emotional Video Of His Wife Crying In The Kitchen Around 1am When He Went To Drink Water

  • A Nigerian man was shocked after finding his wife seated on the floor and shedding tears in the kitchen
  • He said he sometimes wondered how she does school runs, household chores, runs her business and still takes care of him and their kids
  • Speaking on his wife's postpartum depression, the worried man revealed their second child is seven months

In order to drink water, a Nigerian man walked to his kitchen and was stunned to find his wife seated on the floor and weeping by 1 am at night.

While describing her situation as a case of postpartum depression, the man stated that their second child is seven months old.

Nigerian man emotional as he finds his wife crying in the kitchen by 1am at night
He found his wife weeping in the kitchen at 1am at night. Photo Credit: @saucemolowo
Source: UGC

Why his wife shed tears

He shared a clip of his wife crying on the floor and captioned it:

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"Our 2nd baby is 7months Sometimes i wonder how she does it all from housechores, school runs, cooking, taking care of me and the kids and also go about her business, take care of herself and still put on a sweet smile on her face, she’s all i got is my turn to take care of her and i will joyfully do it @Berry."

Speaking further on the TikTok clip, the man said he asked her why she was weeping. His wife told him she was tired and stressed and needed rest from everything.

He expressed love for his wife, describing her as his superhero. The doting man said he would support her.

Via their TikTok handle, the couple keep netizens posted about some activities in their marital life.

What is postpartum depression?

Mayo Clinic defined postpartum depression as a depression that occurs after childbirth.

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Those who develop postpartum depression are at greater risk of developing major depression later on in life.

Symptoms might include insomnia, loss of appetite, intense irritability and difficulty bonding with the baby.

Untreated, the condition may last months or longer. Treatment can include counselling, antidepressants or hormone therapy.

Watch the video below:

People share their thoughts on postpartum depression

SuNwa said:

"Sometimes I feel like just going back to my parents to cool off cos I leave far from my family no friends (my choice) no family near only me and my husband and my little angel but she gives me joy."

sweetberny05 said:

"Hmmmmm darling husband doesn’t understand me ooo sometimes I cry my eyes out…. All I keep hearing is is ur own child."

SHOOGA said:

''Postpartum depression is real.
"Pls men support ur wife in any little way u can."

Vivian Kalu said:

"I thank God for my husband am pregnant he is paying me salary and he is always here when I need him lord am grateful."

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Mhaycakes said:

"M a single mom! I did pregnancy alone! Both financially! My baby is not up to a month but I’ve never had postpartum depression! I pray for ❤️‍ healing."

Olamilekan said:

"Omo my wife gave birth 14 days ago I came back from work and I saw my wife on the floor crying na then IsuperheroVia their TikTok handle, the couple keeps netizens posted about some activities in their marital life. knew she needed me I just called my boss I will be working from home for 2 months."

Rose said:

"Honestly some people don't understand the meaning of postpartum depression... this thing is real."

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh wrote about a a young Nigerian mother who shared humorous video of her twin children going silent at home.

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When the kids stopped talking for a time, the perceptive mother wanted to find out what was happening.

After a brief search for her children, she found that they had dispersed across the house's numerous rooms.

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