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Els31

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  1. You’re absolutely right. My mental health for my kids well being should go before ANYONE and ANYTHING else. I’ve cared for this man for quite a while which is why it’s hard, but I need to think about my kids more than anything.
  2. I currently reside with my parents and one older sister. HONESTLY they don’t really help, more than anything my mom is sharp tongued and constantly adds fuel to the fire. On top of that they’re HIGHLY religious, which I’m not, and I’m put in a position where if I do something simple that they don’t agree with, I feel like I’m being judged, and I’m practically bound by how they want me to act. I did start seeking a therapists help recently and it’s done some help, but when I get back and start talking to my bf again, I start feeling this heaviness all over again.
  3. I don’t think it’s healthy for either of us. I do believe his feelings are absolutely important, as much as mine are. But it gets a bit overwhelming and I don’t know if I can handle more of it. It’s hard juggling with him and my two potentially autistic boys. I try my hardest to be what he wants and needs but to him sometimes I guess it just isn’t enough. I don’t see it working, and I think we should go our separate ways for both of our mental healths. I don’t want to keep hurting him, but I don’t want to feel emotionally drained every day anymore, especially when I need to be strong for my bo
  4. When we first started to talk, I thought he was such an easy to talk to guy and everything just felt natural. But the longer we were together the more I started to feel how intense his anxiety and bi polar disorder is. It’s hard because I feel so bad hurting him when I do know that he really loves me, but I’ve come to realize that I can’t prioritize his feelings over mine and let myself fall into ruin. I shouldn’t have said talking because we’re constantly together, but we’re just not living together. When he starts with his over thinking and anxiety, he tends to point at my wrongdoings and ev
  5. I’m a 22 F mother of twin boys (3y), and I’ve suffered from anxiety and depression for a while long before they came along. I’ve been able to take control of it and be the mother my kids need. They’re different as well, they’re suspected to be in the autism spectrum, so they need to be tended to a lot more than normal children. I started talking to someone (31 M) about a year and a half ago. But I’ve started to notice that he’s dealing with anxiety and bi polar. When he gets ina bad mood, it brings me down as well and my mental health is starting to gradually get worse again. He’s an amazing g
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