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Need help understanding a man's point of view
It sounds like you still need to explore this situation with a counselor on your own. You would do well to contact your local community mental health group or a NAMI group as I mentioned above.
You do need to get support for yourself in sorting this out.
Will you do that?
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I will have to look into searching for one who will help me without putting words into my head and making matters worse than what they are….my family believes he's having an affair and his family says boys will be boys….
And friends believe I'm over bearing and jealous of them being close.
I'm not jealous, I'm happy that they can communicate with each other….I'm just upset of the way I'm being treated of not allowed to express my feelings or concerns about anything……like my feelings don't matter.
But I will get a counselor to sort this out
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