Being There For Your Significant Other Even When You’re Feeling Frustrated

There are several ways in which you can feel frustrated. If you stub your toe, lose a loved one, get into a car accident, etc. Those are just a few examples to note.

But. the biggest frustration could be about something that doesn’t directly affect you, yet it does. Does that make sense or are you lost? It does so in a different way. It could be about what’s going on with your significant other.

Maybe you’re sick of their job and want nothing more than for them to quit. It could be because their company is making their health worse and worse. So, before your eyes, you must watch them get sick, express their frustrations day in and day out, as well as look for other jobs and not find a single one. But, at the end of the day, there is nothing you can do except listen. And, when you yourself start to feel the frustration, how are you supposed to help?

Well, think about it: if you’re feeling like crap, how do you think they’re feeling? You listen and provide moral support, but it’s the same time over and over again and it’s exhausting. You are emotional drained, yet you still listen because they need you more than ever. Once you stop listening, you’re leaving them with the burden, which could lead to serious health problems.

You begin to worry about them every day and hope they’re okay, but you aren’t physically there to see. So, again, you hope nothing will happen to them. But, how can you be so sure? How do you know? You hope for the best and prepare for the worst.

At the end of the day, you want this to stop. You want to feel good about their job and not constantly worry about them. It’s just frustrating, but you mustn’t let it get the best of you! You must press on and be strong for them. Put on a brave face. Keep your chin up, sweetheart. Things will get better.

Via Pucker Mob


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