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Too much time thinking

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Missc02 Wed 09-Mar-16 14:46:43

Hi, I'm new on this and wondered if you could offer some advice? In a nut shell I live alone with my 2 kids and my partner is in prison.
Basically our relationship hasn't always been good, in fact it's been quite bad. I was very early pregnant when he went to prison (please no 'you can do better' I've decided to stick by him that is not the issue) so I went through it all alone etc he is due out at the end of the year, I moved far from all my family so have no support, we do row quite a bit, unless any of you have been in a relationship with a prisoner I don't know if you could understand why. But I feel anxious recently, he is very jealous so sometimes I feel like I can't be bothered to talk to him as it causes a row etc living in such different environments we seem to have different views! This whole thing is taking its toll on our relationship but I guess my question is how can I be sure it'll be worth it? I know I just gotta put my trust in him that means waiting till he gets out,he's promised he'll make it up to me and our kids etc. He's missed a lot. We've been together a long time and he is in prison for something silly (his own fault) I do love him, very much, but sometimes I feel very resentful. My life has changed so much because of his stupid mistake. Our kids live without a dad, our baby barely even knows him. I have helped him endlessly through this and I'm starting to wonder if he'll stick to his word. Also we've lived apart for a long time and I'm starting to wonder if well be okay living together again. I don't know, guess I got a lot of time to think

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