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Im Married.

Posted by > at February 29, 2012
Tags: 2012 February  Loneliness  Relationship

I have been reading some of the stories on here and I kinda feel guilty because most of you are more physically alone than me. I have been married for 4 years but I don't even feel like we can have a real conversation. I have become so distant from my friends and family who I was very close with before, and I haven't really been able to make and keep any new friends. He is more antisocial and it makes it really hard for me because I am very social, but if I act that way it causes problems. Having friends or any sort of social life causes huge problems in our relationship to the point that I don't even try anymore. We fight constnatly. Like every day. Sometimes we still have good times together but they are few and far between. I am going through a lot of things that are really hard for me right now and I've been realizing I really don't have anyone to talk to. Not one person. I feel like I am a shell of the person that I used to be, and the person that I want to be. I am just having a really hard time right now and I feel like I am about to unravel and my husband is too resentful towards me to be there for me, or see what a hard time I am having or that I am at a breaking point. He is resentful towards me because I am apparently a burden, and I am made aware of this quite often. I work but I just don't make enough money, or I spend too much money to not be considered a burden I guess. I mean is it ever ok to consider your spouse a burdon? Anyway, I am married and I have no one.


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By at 07,Mar,12 19:53

You sound like my mom with my dad. My mom left my dad, and now she feels O.K. Or at least that's what she says. She says she doesn't want a boyfriend... and she has had one (and several other men who liked her). You seem like a flirtatious woman so you would probably able to get a man if you divorced your husband. However, like my dad I am also antisocial. But I'm still a nice guy deep down inside! ;) So maybe you could try telling your husband how you feel about him being a bit unreasonable. :)

By anonymous at 08,Mar,12 14:01

I too feel this way. I been married for 7 years and it was never great. We have very few happy memories. We have a beautiful daughter that is 5 and she is my life. I fake happiness around my friends and family so I really can't talk to anyone. People think we have the perfect marriage but we don't! It sucks to be so close to someone but yet so far... I'm feeling so lonely :'(

By anonymous at 08,Mar,12 18:56

being with a person for all the wrong reasons rather than being alone for all the right ones is not as clear cut as most people would like to think. I dont know the details of your situation to be able to comment but all I can offer is this. If you can sit there and honestly evaluate your life and think is this the kind of life id want my friend, sister, brother, loved one, to have? if the answer is no then you need to sit down with your spouse and try to have a calm conversation about where the two of you are. Ask him how he sees the relationship and no matter how much it hurts and how much you want to interrupt dont. when he has had his say then you can give him your rebuttle. Arguments aside its then you'll have to really look at where you want to be and decide whats right for you.

By Symona at 15,May,17 02:08

You've captured this pectyrfle. Thanks for taking the time!

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