I am at my wits end with trying to explain to him that I need his help. It is almost as though he could care less about my health. He almost acts like a defensive 12yr old. We have an 8 month old son and he does help with him THANK GOD for that. When it comes to the house work I have to ask him several times (he gets upset everytime) before he will even consider doing it and then when he finaly does do something he always does it half a**. I tried to explain to him that when he does that I am the one that has to come around and do it all anyway. He does not understand the level of fatigue that comes with ms. I have tried to explain that to him and also giving him stuff to read and oh even my doctor has told him. If anybody can give me some words of wisdom I would love to hear them. Thank you Nickey
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