From the note you sent us tonight, it's possible that you may be depressed. You are obviously young and very much in love and have the problems of making the adjustment to marriage which is
not necessarily easy. You haven't mentioned specifically what your husband is doing that is causing your anger and the tears--if he's causing them, so it's difficult to recommend helpful ideas.
I will suggest, though, that you might consider talking to your family doctor and get his opinion on whether you need to be on an antidepressant to soothe your emotions or if you and your young husband need counselling to clear up any problems that have developed in your relationship.
Try to live one day at a time until you've been in to see a doctor. Don't be too harsh in feelings if you can help it so that it will be easier to have a more calm and pleasant relationship once the problems have been resolved.
If it's of any help to you, every marriage goes through a period of adjustment in the beginning and you may very well come out of this momentary problem far happier and more settled than you were in the beginning.
Take care of your home and yourself and your husband. Get some counselling to
open whatever is causing the difficulty and then you will be able to be more comfortable and enjoy your husband and marriage as a mature woman.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 4/25/2011 12:42:50 PM (GMT-6)