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Chronic pain divorce rate

Our instinct tells us to fix things. Even though we can’t fix chronic pain, it’s still in our nature to try. It’s impossible, but not being able to fix makes us feel useless and less manly. We can’t change our nature easily, it takes time to adjust.

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When partner has chronic fatigue

Among millions of women, my wife suffers from chronic fatigue that is caused by endometriosis and fibromyalgia, two chronic illnesses that she was diagnosed with after many years of battling with doctors.

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Fallin in love with chronically ill

Remember, your partner is so much more than the illness. You will find that many people, sometimes even family are going to judge because they lack in understanding that the condition is real, the pain is real, the symptoms are real.

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Caregving and marriage

The stress of spousal caregiving becomes an issue in a marriage because it affects many aspects of life, including activities, finances, and time. Caregiving partners experience a lot of strain on their relationship.

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Caring for chronicaly ill wifvs

Reassure her that you are here for her, however, in order for this to work, you have to state your own needs, and set boundaries, otherwise, it is not going to work but cause arguments. Do research about your partner’s illness.

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Working from home helps to care

If you don’t want to work your heart out doing a job you hate, pay taxes and die, I’d invite you to read the whole article because every bit of it has valuable information that you will benefit from. I have the answer!

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Supporting partner with many illnesses

One affected partner usually seems to receive more support than the one who provides care. If that’s the case, how does supporting a partner with multiple chronic conditions impact the spousal caregiver?

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What do caregivers need most

Caring for a spouse is a full-time job. You always help or think about the person. Spousal caregivers need a break or they become overwhelmed which leads to caregiver burnout.

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When husband resents your illness

I know how your husband may feel because my wife’s illnesses have taken a toll on me too. It affected me physically, emotionally, mentally, and after taking time off work to support my wife, it impacted me financially.

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Fibromyalgia divorce rate

Women feel guilty, men can’t cope. Couples with fibromyalgia divorce rate raises because there are other issues that often occur, such as fatigue, brain fog, loss of social life, loss of intimacy, and overall sex life.

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