Why I love my wife and my son, but hate myself


A lot of women are going to be thinking “I love my husband and I don’t want to be alone.”

That’s fine.

But don’t get me wrong.

I am a great woman.

I do love my man.

I adore him, and I miss him.

I also know how to deal with stress, but I also have to face it head on.

I need to know when to take a break.

And I’m not alone.

A lot women are getting a little bit sick of the constant barrage of messages and comments from men.

We are all getting more and more stressed, and we have become more self-centered.

And, unfortunately, this is a very common experience for many of us.

This post is about my experience of anxiety and depression and my wife.

It’s about how I learned to overcome my own problems and overcome my wife’s.

And it’s about finding comfort in my relationship with my son and my kids.

For many of my fellow women, the only way out is to embrace their own struggles and be okay with the way things are.

You know what?

I’m okay with that.

I’m fine with you feeling the same way.

But I know that we’re all going to have a tough time getting through this, especially as women, and for you, too.

If you’re a woman with anxiety or depression and you’re in a relationship where your partner has it worse, here are some suggestions for how you can handle your own struggles.


Don’t let your partner know how bad you feel.

This is one of the most important things to do.

I’ve heard women say things like “I’m so scared, I don of how much my husband hates me.”


That’s not the truth.

The truth is, you have to be able to tell him that.

You have to take control of your own body and mind.

Your husband has to be comfortable with how you are.

If he’s worried, or uncomfortable, he can make that clear.

He has to understand that you are not his fault.

If there’s something he wants to do, he’s going to say so.

I know it’s hard.

It can be very difficult.

But you have your husband’s best interests at heart.

Don.t let your anxiety or your depression get in the way of your happiness.

It will be great for you and it will be for your relationship.

And he will be grateful.


Get over your own feelings.

This may sound a little cheesy, but this is the truth about how we’re dealing with our own issues.

I get that.

When my husband is stressed or unhappy, I get anxious.

When he’s not, I can feel angry or resentful.

When I am feeling angry, frustrated or hurt, I’m going to feel overwhelmed.

That means my body, too, is working against me.

You don’t have to worry about that.

As much as you want to talk about your anxiety, I want to tell you the truth: I am tired of it.

I love him and I love being with him.

He is my life, and the way he treats me, my body and my mind makes me happy.

If your husband feels like he can’t handle it, you need to find the strength to listen to him.

Tell him the truth, and don’t let him hold you back.

You’ll feel better.

But at the same time, you won’t be able and won’t like what you feel about it. 3.

Take care of yourself.

This one is the hardest.

Many women say, “I don’t know if I could ever take care of myself without my husband.”

Well, I know.

But that’s the truth for me.

I have a mental illness that makes it hard for me to even walk in my own house.

My body is always making me feel stressed, anxious, angry, and frustrated.

I feel like I have to protect myself.

But it’s a way of protecting myself from myself.

It makes me feel powerless.

And even though I know what my body is doing, it’s never easy to let it be.

If my husband doesn’t like it, I have no choice but to let him know it.

If I have any feelings, he has to say it out loud.

Don’ t just do it quietly, either.

Listen, and feel your body.

It may feel like you’re letting him control you, but it’s actually his body, and he can decide what he wants.

When you do this, you’ll see that he is listening and caring.

And if you have any of your issues with him, you can say it loud and clear.


Embrace the way your body feels.

When it comes to anxiety, there’s one thing I love about my husband, and it’s his body.

When his body feels stressed, angry or frustrated, he lets me know it with his voice

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