Can I suggest gently your posts ring to me like you may have depression. You seem to place little value on yourself and think you don't deserve him somehow. To me it seems the issues aren't really with him but how you value yourself.
We don't get our worth from how others treat us but from how we value ourselves. Maybe some form of counselling might help.
I really think you need to go back to seeing a psychologist. Medication can be great at taking the edge off, but unless you are addressing the reasons for your depression (if there are any) and/or discussing ways to cope while you are off meds, it's going to be really tough for you and those around you. Your doctor should have worked this out with you first.
As for asking if you are the best thing that ever happened to your partner, it probably wasn't a good idea to ask in the middle of an argument. And while we are responsible for our own happiness, the people we decide to keep in our lives should be there because they enrich it. Of course other people can and do influence our moods and emotions...and other people can make us feel happy, but to rely on someone else to provide you with the self esteem you need isn't healthy and can breed resentment. It's important to learn how to be happy with yourself, someone else can't give that to you. And to expect them to is unfair. I know you probably don't do it intentionally.
Last edited by Marchbundle; 15-12-2015 at 07:34.
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