ANSWERS: 11
  • Consider your alternatives. This question leaves us with few details to work with. In a relationship, you may need a break. In life, find a way to cope. There's always a way. Best of luck. Maybe you'd like to leave a few details?
  • When I just can't take it anymore, I have to be alone. I go into my bedroom and close the door. I don't want to see anyone or talk to anyone. I want peace and quiet and time to heal. I keep the lights low, sit in a big easy chair and read or sometimes I crawl into bed. After a little while my husband comes into the room. I usually cry and he listens to me vent and soothes me.
  • simply. cry. dont think. dont curse. dont nothing. stop. and let the tears overflow and take over you. hmmmm crying always makes me feel better. its like im crying out all the..things... p.s. whatever it is i really hope you feel better (:
  • If you really cannot take it anymore (it is completely physically impossible), you divorce. If you just THINK or FEEL that you cannot take it anymore, separate and seek counseling to help analyze the situation. You usually have to do something to get outside of the situation and break the habits in order to see the situation clearly. (Answer based upon the Questions categorization under Marriage.)
  • I personally will give it back, it would selfish of me to not return the 'gift' they bestowed on me, and it might make them think twice before getting me to take more than I can handle
  • whatever you do, don't start cutting. i fell into that trap a year ago... big mistake. but i did it because i have depression, and i needed to feel like i knew where my depression was coming from [subconsiously]. i'm not sure if you're depressed... but anyway, crying is helpful for some. i usually cry, play guitar, write, draw, or listen to my music. i hope i helped =] and i hope you're doing ok.
  • Take ur problem to God. He will never give you a problem that you cant handle. He will answer your problem! He is always there for you! hope this helped
  • You CAN. You are stronger than you think, believe me. I don't know what your problems are,(we ALL have them), but stop, think, and refocus. YOU CAN DO IT. Be kind and patient with yourself, as you would any other friend in trouble or sad. Be your OWN friend, too! You'll make it.
  • I JUST TAKE IT OUT ON THE PERSON CAUSING IT.....NOT THE BEST WAY TO DO IT WHEN THE PERSON IS MY HUBY AND KIDS R INVOLVED.you might want to do something else lol.
  • I find that at first all the weird things are going through my mind, all the outrageous responses and silly self defeating ideas. So... I go for a walk and have a cry in private. I pray and ask for grace. I have a cup of tea and a lie down. That gives me breathing space to think. Now I have got some of the stress out of my system I can begin to think calmy and rationally and can usually sort out most of my problems. I have found that of all the things I do breathing space is the most important thing I can pass on to someone else. You generally need time to think about what is happening and start thinking about your responses not just blind reacting to the situation.
  • Since this question is under: "RELATIONSHIP ADVICE → MARRIAGE" I would say to dust yourself off and try again. Perhaps there is a minor issue that needs to be improved in the relationship.

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