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Hi,

I have been feeling better and better. My dear husband has been grocery shopping, scheduling appts, laundry for the last 8mos.

Now that I am getting energy, we are tripping all over each other. For example, he made an dr. appt for my son for a time that I couldn't do it because of daughter's appt. he was going to move, but I didn't think we should. You get the picture.

He is so down, I think he is able to let down since the pressure is lessening a bit.(Although it is still tremendous with kids sick and me not 100%.

We usually don't have such a hard time getting along. I am getting so exasperated.

Has anyone had a similar experience?

Susan

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It sounds like adjustment issues. You just have to redefine territories. [group hug]

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