I am constantly told that I am the one that wholes this family together. That without me we would be lost. What happens when I'm the one that is lost? My husband works fulltime, I attend college, and the kids attend their schools. With me out of work my husband is the only one providing any income into the home, but when I have to ask for money to get things, then he just gives me this look. I feel like a complete failure who is scared to do anything. I'm getting to the point that I don't want to be around anyone and that is not the person that I am. I don't know whether to curl up in a corner and cry or go and scream at the top of my lungs. Would either really help?
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