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Black moods & then some ......

Black moods & then some ......

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Posted by Tory on October 23, 2000 at 17:47:57:

I posted a few weeks back about my husbands out of character behaviour.
Your replies helped me realise that because of his levels being low, this behaviour is, for want of a better word, normal.

I guess I am just in need of some reasurrance again.
After analysing myself, I am finding it difficult not to take his cruelty to heart.
Is nastiness a symptom ?

Since knowing each other we have had so many major challenges, but the strength of our friendship has always been our saviour. Nothing could or did get in the way of our relationship.

My husband has always been to me & our family the kindest of souls. Being told that ' I have known some witches in my time, but you are the ultimate witch ' is something I am finding hard to forget.

My 12 year old son was rushed into hospital this past weekend with what they thought was menegitis. I arrived home at 1.30 in the morning, still not knowing the result. We had words ealier that day, because I had handed him our baby to feed. I had interrupted him doing work on the computer apparently.
I told him that I needed his support & his response was ' Whatever ' While awaiting the results of my sons test, he continued to remind of of how sore the blister on his hand was. I had asked him to help me remove a small stump from the garden.

This has turned into a novel, Im sorry.
Being told that I ma constantly selfish is making me think that maybe I am.

I want to resolve these differences as I am a firm believer in not letting things drag on, but is it worth bringing his behaviour up ? How much of this do I put down to his thyroid condition ?
Its hard to carry on like this.
Thanks for listening.
Tory


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