We have ben married for 20 years, it all starts with my older brother having MS also. when I was first dx in 97 my sister-in-law would always complain. I know that my bro and myself are 2 different people but I can see the simalarities.Well to get to the question. My wife is feeling the same way as my sisil and I don"t know if I should stick around or boot her out.I know she would be gone in 1sec if I said anything. I know that it would be hard for a while, but it is tearing me up. I haven't said this to anyone yet ,so if it gets back to her it is good as done. It just feels wrong because we started out as a strong Christian couple but I asked God to make me rely on him 100% and this is what I got. I could go even deeper but I'll stop here. Please Help with some Advice
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