My journal will give you some background info. Tonight we had an argument. She threw things around the apartment, and stormed into the bathroom. I heard her vomiting. I feel horrible. I know I can't control her behavior and that it's her choice - but I can't help but feel guilty after an argument when I know she uses unhealthy coping skills to deal with it. I am also just so TIRED of her blow-ups. It's exhausting. I love her so much - and DON"T want to leave her. I'm in this for the long-haul. I asked her to see a therapist and she said she can't have anything else on her plate because she's stretched too thin as is (which is NOT true - and she knows it)... How do I cope?
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