I have been married for 11 years, the first 8 I would say were just about as perfect as one could hope for. I have two fantastic boys, 8 and 4, and I love my wife like crazy still.
Over the past 2.5 years, my wife unfortunately has has some significant medical issues...
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Was looking coward to the holidays and spending two days with my husband.we were having a party at work but I knew I wouldn't be there long .In the meantime my husband was going to a cigarette shop near his work and helping repair a door.I got home about 1 hr after I left but no...
His mood swings have got to go.He left in a great mood then 3 hrs later I call his work asking him to do me a favorite and he was snappy.I don't deserve to be treated this way.Life is not all about what he wants or doesn't want.I wish he would grow up already.
Ok so until I looked this up I really had no idea of the impact this could cause.Looks like my husband has borderline personality disorder.At least as far as the criteria suggests.Another thing to work with, oh boy.Anyone else struggling?
I am married to s newly recovering alcoholic and he is so distant from me and depressed and is not interested in intimacy any longer I feel like he sobered up and realized hr does not want to be with me any longer I feel like he is angry with me
Ok so awhile ago I came to the realization that if I want to be happy it is my responsibility.Therefore I surround myself with positive things and people and try not to depend on others much other than God because He promises to be everything I need and to be there for me always...
Ok I admit it I am a fixer.When people have issues I have to help especially if they are unhappy because of them.I mean I hate seeing people unhappy because I have been there and know what it feels like.But usually the people who need help most don't want it.