Hi I have been married to my husband for 3 years and together about 8. I was wondering if someone or a few might be able to help me. My husbands mom dropped him off at his grandparents house at 2 years old to live with them and she is bipolar. So it was actually his only saving grace. However I feel as tho he has deep seeded separation anxiety. I am not kidding you if we get into a fight or even if we don't and I go even grocery shopping for too long he calls like well today it was well over 15 times! I am having a really hard time with it. I love him more than anything. We have a baby together and it's so hard to see my husband have such low self esteem he is very handsome and funny Woman look at him all the time. He gets really nervous in his belly he tells me and he goes nuts if I'm not home at the estimated time I said. He calls me all the time and text me even more. He uses the exscuse that he's calling to tell me he loves me but he is actually calling to make himself feel better. It really is tearing me apart. Does anyone have this and is there anything that you do that I can help him with.
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