TwistedHelix wrote: Plus, of course, leave a note on the fridge with detailed instructions for your husband on the art of using a duster!
One more thing, you are NOT a bad wife… you are every bit as good as you always were, but you have MS – as I said to someone not long ago: forgive yourself
I know that I overstretch myself but I feel so guilty for letting people down if I pull out of things - I work full-time, have 2 voluntary jobs and a second part-time job! And that's without my church commitments - I'mm lucky if I'm home 1 night a week and half a day at weekends!
MrsGeorge wrote:Thanks - I floated the idea of getting some help with Adam and he wasn't keen at all. I ended up phoning my mum in tears because I felt so bad and my house was so messy. She came over and did my housework - i felt so ashamed but I am so grateful to her that she did. I just sat on the sofa and cried - once she got here she wouldn't let me help her!
I still don't think Adam gets how tough it is for me- and he is very slow at getting stuff done himself! He seems quite happy to live with mess but it really depresses me.
Thanks - I floated the idea of getting some help with Adam and he wasn't keen at all.
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