I have been on both sides of this situation, and I know how much it sucks to feel like you're doing everything you can to make it as easy and convenient as possible for the other person to spend time with you, but theyre still not seeing you all that much, and you think they should be able to give you a little more. The common theme here form the complaining spouses is that few of them seem to have their own lives. A grandpa sense of humor and occasional clever line from an old movie go a long way. I know I am a strong person but it really does suck sometimes. I grew up in Utah, attended BYU, and served a mission. And I learned how freeing that is. If I'm focused on something like reading a textbook, or working on some problem then I might still think of him vaguely but I'm not going to whip out my phone or go and see himI'm busy. When my nephews started looking at porn on computers everybody blamed me when it wasn't me.
Thank you for pointing this out. Ask her right out if she is at all interested in leaving TSCC. I miss him so much.
Consider yourself above many things. Now, lest you look at this all and say, "sheesh, go to counseling. I'm going to disagree with what some of the people have said. And even then it will put Huge stress on it and on you for the rest of your life. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I am not sorry I married outside the LDS faith. My husband gives the very best of himself to the hospital and the staff and patients every day. However, you might be lucky to not have the experience I did.
I would say though that racial differences are NOT like religious differences, certainly not those between Mo and Nomo. Secondly, if he's still in residency, he has to prevail and give it his all. He is an Anesthesiologist. It sounds like you HAVE done your best in the past.