I love my wife with all my heart and I would never leave her or do anything to hurt her, but she's afraid that I will or that I will be mad at her at some point of time. How do I prove to her that I won't leave her? She worries because her dad left (before she was even born), her boyfriends left her, even Josh left her as she worries about. She says her sister too, "everyone leaves." I can only try to reassure her but it just doesn't seem to be enough. I love her with all my heart, she is the only one for me and I couldn't fathom hurting her in any way, so is there something I'm doing wrong? She makes me the happiest man in the world, though she doesn't think it. She thinks I'll get mad at her (she often thinks people are mad at her when they're not) and leave her. I wouldn't, couldn't ever do such a thing to her. She has said she's afraid I'll leave her because she's "messed up mentally" but I don't think she is, I think she's perfect, and she is. I love her with all my heart.
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