When my husband first passed away I had so much anger towards him that I was really angry him and didn't realize that I took it out on everyone else until one day my councilor looked right at me and told me that she didn't think it was about Tex dying and then I screamed at her and told her that I was angry at him for leaving me the way he did and leaving me to pay everything. We went from three incomes down to just mine and was so angry at him because now I was the one who had to figure out how I was going to pay all the bills that we had. I still get really angry at him at times because I sometimes have to rob peter to pay paul and having a hard time just trying to keep up to date with the regular bills never mind trying to pay the credit cards off.
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