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I am sorry, wish I had words that would help
I am saying prayers for you, Hope things improve
God Bless you
Time to turn up the romance.
Hey, it’s high time for a couple therapy — or for separation.
My father was having the same problem with my mother. Make her feel wanted and needed. Turn up the romance, as Mariam suggested. I hope all works out for you.
love fades, but try to make your wife feel shes being taken care of physicaly, mentaly. woman are alot of work but not staying on top of it can destroy your relatoinship.
dump the *****
Why do you think she feels that way? What happened or did not happen between the two of you?
she says that I can be snappy at time and each time I am she pushes me away a little more. I don’t mean to be snappy,
She has OCD and is very worried about gems, but also she worries about everything from money to the way people think of her.
I’m always the one to say that it is all ok but sometime after a long day at work and repeatedly answering the same question over and over I snap. I know its not her fault and when she said that she is pushing me away I feel like my insides are being ripped out,
I don’t want to be without her I can’t think of live without her. I need to do something to change my reaction. but how do I go to the doctor and say that I snap and its is ruining my marriage.
you may have low blood sugar when you snap try oj, good luck
Both of you need to see a therapist to find out the reason for your snapping, her excessive compulsive behaviour, and marriage counseling. Make it happen, you both are worth it.
it is always a good idea for all family members of the mentaly ill to attend therapy. it will make life easier for you and her
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