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Re: Depression Cherrybomb

Posted by fayeroe on July 1, 2008, at 15:03:59

In reply to Re: Depression, posted by Cherrybomb on July 1, 2008, at 14:51:19


I'm sorry that you feel that you aren't valued. Most folks can relate to that, at one time or the other.

First, I would examine my feelings for the gentleman, who by the way is married, and truthfully explore if you may have wanted more from him than friendship.

Secondly, he is cheating on his wife! I feel that you are spending an awful lot of valuable energy being caught up in the dynamics between this "man" and his girlfriend.

I question his motives. I may be a bit paranoid, but something just doesn't sound right with him. I feel that seeking solace from a married man could turn out to be harmful to your marriage.

Have you made an effort to make any female friends in your circle of acquaintances?

I would suggest that you seek couples counseling asap and lay your feelings out to the therapist and your husband. Your husband may be more willing than you think he is to be more supportive to you.

What kind of recreation do you involve yourself in? Is there anything that you can share with your husband?

I wonder if there is another organization that you could join? Rubbing salt in your own wounds is bound to keep you tied up in knots......





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