Figuring out how to get over someone you love can be one of the most difficult things that any of us will ever have to do.The pain of loss can be very intense and finding the answers can be like looking for a needle in a haystack.Otherwise I can't believe that 20 years of marriage has come to an end.
He's a very clever man, but he's made a few reckless decisions, and he admits that often he doesn't 'work smart' but busies himself with stuff that interests him, rather than work that would be more financially productive.
Added to this, he's admitted he feels very down and withdrawn, and certainly he's not the optimistic, dynamic man I knew and loved only a few months ago.
Or, am I suffering with depression/anxiety because I have stopped loving him?
There's no denying that deep down I probably hold him responsibile for our current financial difficulties.
The moment my husband walks in from work I tense up, I feel more anxious and I try to avoid him in the house.