I don't blame you for feeling anxious. You might ask yourself what you are getting from this relationship, because he sure doesn't seem to be providing much support - in fact, is making things worse by disappearing, not answering his phone, not letting you know when he'll return.
I'm sorry you can't do the family reunion but you must do what you think is right for you.
Welcome to HealingWell and I am glad you found us. I am sorry about your issues but it looks like you have met some of the new members and that's good.
I just had hand surgery yesterday so I am just dropping in to say hello. I will add more when hand is a bit better.
Take care and keep posting.
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety, Panic & Depression *~*
Post Edited (Honey Bee) : 6/13/2008 4:31:44 AM (GMT-6)
Hey itsokay....how are you? Haven't heard from you in a couple of days (unless I missed your post). How are things?
Look at how much I've posted in the past few days. That is probably posting way too much - haha! If I'm having a bad day, I'm going to post. You should do the same. Even if you feel like you're posting too much, if you don't feel good, post anyway. Or even email me directly and we can post too much to each other's inboxes....haha!
I remember having hubby blowouts....oh yes I do. They're not pleasant but sometimes you feel better afterwards.
That's awesome about the book and his reaction to it! I hope things work out for you two. Just try and keep him on task and don't let him change his mind about doing these things!
I'm ok....one minute I'm crying and the next minute I'm happy. Honestly, when my friend leaves, I will be glad to get back to some normalcy around the house. I am in serious need of normalcy!
I am so glad you have stuck with the group and you are giving as much as you are receiving so thank you to you for being here for all of us. That is what makes this forum so special, the people care for each other.