I spent a year in therapy ten years ago when my father, mother, and mother-in-law died within one year. I came out of therapy feeling very healthy and back on track. I have a job that I adore , a wonderful son and daughter-in-law and two wonderful teen-age grandchildren. Whenever I disagree with my husband about something, he tells me I am losing it. He thinks the only way to do anything is his way. Any suggestions?
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