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    Default A little vent..

    I am so so sick of being let down by my husband. Of saying the same things over and over and over again and getting nowhere. Of feeling like crap because once again I get my hopes up. Of hearing whatever I need to hear so that dh gets what he wants. Of not knowing how to get through to this man who is supposed to be my best friend.

    He just doesn't get it. I can't do it all myself... infact I wonder if it would be easier to do it all myself instead of constantly being let down by the other half of this "team".

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    Hugs hun.

    Would it be possible to write your feelings down in a letter to your dh? Maybe seeing it in black and white would get through to him.

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    DH just left without saying goodbye and I am bawling my eyes out. Its been built up for so long but I am trying to stop because ds is getting upset and keeps saying sorry mum, mum be happy. How do you pull yourself up when you are feeling so down. I would go for a drive but I dont have the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    Hugs hun.

    Would it be possible to write your feelings down in a letter to your dh? Maybe seeing it in black and white would get through to him.

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    Thanks for the suggestion. Unfortunately we have tried that one before

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    It's so hard isn't it? I feel like I do know how you feel. Have you suggested counselling? If DH won't agree, even if you have somewhere you can go on your own to vent you might feel better.

    Something that helped me was writing down every single thing I did in a two over a three day period and showing it to my husband. I asked him to do it too. Then he could see clearly how imbalanced everything was. It was factual so took those nasty 'lady emotions' out of it. Hang in there x

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