I just can’t shake this feeling that he’s going to leave me and find someone who makes him happy without being insane.
Looking at the future makes me worry about the increasing part that my family will have to play in my care and I hate that I’m causing them difficulty, but there isn’t another way.
Am I flogging a dead horse? Is it time to give up or do I honor my marriage vows and stand by him?
Having already been married and having already had a child makes it no less special the second time around.
Remember, you have no control over the actions or reactions of any of your family members, but you can and should say something and then set boundaries accordingly.
How can I know either, let alone both of us, will be okay?
Breakups/separations/divorces are hard on everyone. That everyone includes those close to the couple who is breaking up.
How do I overcome not only jealousy but feeling like I’m old?
People often ask me if they should leave their partner, and I cannot make that decision for you, but I can tell you what I would do in your shoes to figure out a decision.
Treating depression requires a combination of efforts, and there is no one size fits all solution.
I am so sorry that this happened to you. I am so sorry that you have spent however many years beating yourself up over this.
The first time the topic of children came up, everything was super positive, but then a few months later he kept hinting that he wasn’t sure whether he wanted children at all.
I think about her all the time, but I am focusing on me at the moment.
Normally I would just block and delete said person who couldn’t be bothered to be upfront and tell me what’s going on, but because of the other relationships and connections, that might mean having to tell a mutual friend what happened and causing problems which I’d rather not do.
I feel like I’m in a situation that is a bit over my head.
There are few things more uncomfortable than being a witness to a friend’s or family member’s unhealthy or abusive relationship.