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Have you felt like you weren't able to keep up with your significant other's needs?

They could need to talk a lot, have health issues or a higher sex drive?
Mrsbetweenfatandfit · 26-30, F
When my ex was going through chemotherapy he would feel so angry due to the pain and frustration. He would say the ugliest things to me and it was so hard to remain supportive and try to let his treatment roll off me.
GoldenWorm · 51-55, M
[@455213,Mrsbetweenfatandfit] My wife acted like I'd died when I was recovering from a back surgery.
PerthSurfer · 46-50, M
When my wife was going through chemo, she really changed a lot and over time nothing that i did would make her happy and she got more demanding and it was as if she blamed me for everything. So by the end i couldn't work out what her needs were to keep up with them.
It’s not my job to fulfill anyone else’s needs, so no.

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