How do I cope with a husband, although very supportive in a practical way gives me no emotional support? We had a conversation this morning and it turns out that he won't admit I have an illness. He says it's all in the way I've been brought up, being allowed to give up on things and having things done for me. He says I have to change my way of thinking and it won't happen sat on my bum on the sofa all day saying woe is me. I told him no one wants to feel like this but he says it's the pills making me feel bad and draining my energy. Is he right? Am I just a failure at life as well as most other things?
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