I can see your point on her cheering you up after a bad day as you have done the same for her. But I do have to emphasise that you should really not depend on her for that. You should try to learn to come into the home from a fresh start. Try not to bring your job home in other words. I know that this is much easier said than done. But she should do the same. She is very fortunate to have you to cheer her up, but she should learn to focus on coming home happy as so should you. I am just saying not to depend on her to create your happiness. But it is good that you are able to share with this. I think when we have somebody to help change our moods, we are very lucky. But we do have to only depend on ourselves to do this.
As for your job, I didn't see anything that said "sales". But you still know what is expected of you. Are there ways that you can look up new clients? Have you exhausted every option? If you have, I don't see where they could expect anybody to replace you and acheive any sales. I could be way off base as far as my thinking. But if you have called everybody, who is there left to call?
I hope that you keep your job. Try to think positive about
this whole situation, but be prepared if it doesn't work out. You can only do what you can do. You can't get blood out of a turnip as they say.
I hope that you are having a good day today. Keep us posted on what is going on with things. I hope that your discussion with your wife clarified some things between the two of you.
Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia
fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies