Hello I am and have been dating someone who has some anxiety issues. The problem is that with the type of job I have, I have trouble being sensitive to her issues when dealing with it. I try to understand it because i also use to have a problem with it when I was young I am 38 know and have over come it. I just do not see why she cant. she stresses about the smallest things that I see as no big deal.View Thread
I understand what you went through with the domestic violence I am a man and went through it for about 6 years until I finally divorced her. The one thing I had to learn was forgiveness. that does not mean that I forgot what happened by no means. but I forgave her so that I could move on. As far as people and family calling you nuts I say let them. words only have power if you let them. Know one knows you better than you, so if you say that you are not nuts than you arent no matter what anyone says. Them type of people are not worth your stress. Once I realized that my stress level went way down.View Thread
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