sorry ladies i need to vent. my DH is a wonderful man but he is really getting on my nerves. last night we had a huge blow out b/c he was doing something that got on my nerves and i told him to stop. he got all pissed off and we didn't speak for the rest of the night. sometimes he acts like a child, like his pride is so fragile that he can't stand to be critized or told to stop doing something that was making my aggrivated mood worse. i have been so very careful at not letting my hormones get the best of me and this is the first real fight in months but last night he was acting like a 2 year old and i called him out. he just has no idea what i am going thru and while he can stop thinging about out IF issues i can't. i am constantly thinking about what drug i need to take or inject or insert (i take 8 drugs a day right now) and he can escape it all when he goes to work and be with all his friends that he sees every day. i'm just irritated and i wish for a minute he can understand what i am going thru.
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