I thought she had finally grown up after she met and married “Kyle.” He works full-time and even adopted her son, but doesn’t make a lot of money.
My husband sold his house and moved in with me four years ago.
Do you think therapy is my only option at this point?
I keep hoping it might go away, and instead just find myself obsessing over it more every time I try to move on.
My husband wants to wait a few more years, but I know as soon as this baby is walking and talking, there will be another one and another.
You may qualify for low-cost services depending on your income, or you might try remote therapy—there’s a number of Skype- or phone-based providers these days—which is also cheaper than in-person sessions.
I have stayed out of his relationship with his daughter “Jessica.” I don’t think highly of her—she has been given every advantage in life and squandered it.
She got pregnant in college and failed out (we paid for that), and managed to wreck her car (that her mother gave her).
She is smart, engaging to be around, caring—I have never felt quite like this about any crushes I’ve had before.
The issue: She has been dating my twin sister for about a year now. We are all women, and this is the first time I have had feelings for any woman—however, they are also a good deal stronger than feelings that I have had in the past for men, which I was always able to brush off as being a simple crush.