When I was a young woman in my 20s, my marriage was on the rocks.
It was a perfect storm of financial and social reasons.
We were broke, and we both had a history of mental illness.
We’d been married for four years.
We both had been arrested.
In my case, I was sentenced to prison for an armed robbery, while I was the one who’d done the shooting.
In her case, she was sentenced for drug trafficking.
We had a very strong sense that our marriage was over.
But after a year of this, my wife began to fall in love again.
I had been divorced from her for four months before I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
The first step in any healing process is recognizing the roots of the pain.
So, when I asked my wife, “What does the future hold for you?” she said, “I don’t know.
It’s not my job to know.
My husband can’t say anything.
He can’t do anything.”
My wife had a difficult time accepting that I was in a wheelchair, which had been diagnosed when I was 21.
The stigma of being a disabled person was very real for many women and girls who experienced mental illness or abuse.
When I told my wife I was disabled, she became very upset.
She said, if I could only get a wheelchair to work, I could be happy.
“We have a lot of people who don’t even understand that disability is a real thing.
And they’re so afraid of what’s going to happen to them.
If we just let them go and be happy, it will be fine.
But if they keep saying that we’re the bad people for not being able to work and for not letting them work, we’re going to have to stop caring about them,” my wife said.
My wife and I were in a desperate situation.
I needed the help of a wheelchair.
The day my wife was able to use the wheelchair, she found out that she was pregnant with my child.
She was devastated.
She didn’t know if she was going to be able to get my child back.
The next day, my daughter came home from school crying.
She cried for days after the birth, and the next day she cried and cried and she cried again.
My daughter was very emotional and didn’t want to leave home until she was in school.
We’ve been through a lot together.
I think we both learned how to navigate the challenges together.
As a result, we have a strong sense of support from each other and the community.
My marriage and my career have allowed me to move past that traumatic experience.
Our marriage has also been supported by the support of our church.
My church is very supportive of me and my work, and our relationship has grown stronger and stronger as we’ve become closer together.
When you’ve been in this position, it’s important to have your family’s support.
Our family is very involved in my life and they have supported me from the beginning.
They’ve taught me the importance of having a strong relationship with your spouse.
It is important to get support from your family as well.
I’ve learned a lot about the importance that you place on your marriage.
My family and friends have always been supportive.
They were the first people I saw when I got my diagnosis and the first to see me fall in and out of love.
It took me a while to get to know them, but eventually I was able in my marriage to accept and accept my own pain.
It has been hard to get back to a place where I’m not afraid to admit to myself and to my husband that I am suffering from depression and anxiety.
But I have learned to live with my wife and to trust her and trust the healing process.
My job as a therapist has also helped me to learn to let go of what I think I know about mental illness and how to heal.
I’m learning to trust that my husband can see me and be honest with me.
I am finding that when my wife is honest, I can trust her.
And that she will let me feel comfortable enough to let myself cry.
When my wife isn’t telling me anything, I feel like I’m just talking in my head.
But when she tells me what I’m doing is working, it changes everything.
I feel much more confident about being able do this work.
I also find that I’m more able to accept the way my husband is treating me, and that my marriage is stronger.
My work has also given me a new perspective on marriage.
I used to feel that I had to be married to be loved.
But as I got older, I realized that the most important thing in the relationship was for my husband to have fun.
So I now see that the more fun we have, the more it’s going out in the world, the better we’re both going to feel about it.
I believe this is what helps to heal the marriage and also allows us to be happier together.