I recommend the doctor
I was happy with Doctor friendliness, Explanation of the health issue, Treatment satisfaction
My husband and I had met about 9 years ago, on a college trip from DCE.He was charming and cool, jealous and manipulative, and we had a turbulent few years, as typical teenage relationships do. We broke up a couple of times throughout college, but ended up graduating together. After 9 years of being with each other, a change of cities, long distance relationshiping and several job changes, he proposed. We’d been through good and bad times; no disillusionment here. We didn’t have a romantic notion of love. We’d discussed our future and hopes for having a good life and family. 2 Months months after our marraige, the problems started. From highly stressful times at work, reality seemed too much for him. He shrank away from the marriage; whilst citing other issues, he also blamed a lot of his unhappiness on our relationship. He no longer wanted to spend time in it or with me. I wanted more than I ever had, to be the right type of married couple that I thought married people should be, despite what I had seen with my parents. I fought for as long as I could and tried to be the patient BFF and uphold vows we’d taken. But I told him he can move one and if he didn’t love me and he did, and that is when I guess i need someone to help me out of a very surreal moment. I’m glad that it’s working out more..
Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) replied
Getting help from anywhere where you are, is never a weakness. It takes courage and also respect for each other is the most important issue.