This is very difficult feeling I am having. I don't know where to turn. hubby has severe brain injury. I have been caring for him since his accident. He is with me physically, but mentally he is not the man I married 34 years ago. I feel guilty for feeling this way. He is mean to me all the time yet doesn't have a clue. I try to get away, but he calls me on the phone. It's like I am his security blanket and it's taking a toll on me.I feel like I am taking care of my child. If anyone knows of a support group for people with a loss, yet it's not.
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