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by Jessica
(Michigan)

Hello.

My name is Jessica I am having a very hard time in my new marriage. I have a ton of trust issues and insecurities. I would love to chat with anyone regarding this and what you’ve done to fix it.

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Jun 19, 2020
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Relationship insecurity
by: Anonymous

it could be your own fault because you have insecurities about things that have happened in your history or it could be that your partner is actually doing some unusual things that would make somebody wonder. I think you should explain to your partner how you're feeling and why you feel that way. See what comes of that. This requires courage and the result could lead to pain, but it could also lead to something very positive which can move your relationship to a higher level.

May 21, 2020
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Feeling anxious and unloved
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I have been married for 3 years and my husband moved from another country to be with me. Due to this his family hate me. They didn’t speak for 5 years and due to a family bereavement he went back home but has now came back and turned against me.

He said I should forgive them for everything they have done just like he and that his loyalties lie with me but I am not feeling this. I am so down and I sure. How I can make these feelings go away?

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