So my husband and I got into a pretty big fight today. He says I am pushing him away... and yes I have been more to myself... sitting outside a lot and just wanting to be left alone... I dont want him to know how bad I really feel and how scared of death I am. I dont want to bring him down but now he thinks I just dont love him and am pushing him away... I dont know what to do... I know communication but I was raised in a family of suck it up and dont put stress on my husband that has the world on his shoulders... I dont know what to do... I feel like I cant do anything right. I feel like he needs to understand I need my space but I understand he needs to feel loved and like I want to be around him.... I would love to hear some input on married couples and people who have been in similar situations... I love my husband dearly and I am just trying to protect him but I guess it is back firing... any advice is greatly needed... I slept half the day today and he had to take care of the house and kids and he kept saying "who is going to take care of me?" "I put you, the kids and then me always comes last" I feel so guilty... but I am so sick right now. I think we are both in the wrong I think he is not being very understanding because of the stress he is under and I think I am going a little far with just wanting to be left alone either outside, on the computer or sleeping... fighting and tension between us is not going to help either one of us in our situation.... I just need some advice... I hope I gave enough info...
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