I posted this in my journal yesterday and I'm still feeling kind of bad about it. My husband knows that I've been more depressed than usual lately. To try to cheer me up, he got me some really sweet Valentine's gifts, but I had asked him not to do anything. I feel awful because I didn't do anything special for him. I feel like the worst wife EVER. How can I make this up to him? I couldn't even spend time with him last night because I was too exhausted! *sigh* I just want to cry, but I can't cry anymore because I feel that I've used all my tears through the years. How can I make him feel special?
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