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    Good time of day.
    Relations with the spouse do not develop.
    I know that the problem is with me, or rather that I, for various reasons, do not pay due attention to it.
    We have a small child, moving, changing jobs, loans... In General, I have a lot of concerns, problems that need to be solved immediately.
    Work, shops (food and supplies), food.... like everyone else), repairs, furniture, etc.
    "Everyday life" eats away all the time, thoughts, attention.
    I keep promising her that everything will get better, work will be more stable, repairs will soon end and we will move, it is easier to cope with the child (in terms of its independence), sold the car and repaid the loans... in General, I try to do everything consistently and systematically. It often happens that I forget some little things that she asks me to do, not out of spite, just in the confusion I forget...
    In General, all these "shoals" I can see for myself, but how to prove to her that this is not from evil, that I love her...
    I understand that I do not set priorities correctly somehow, but on the other hand, how else?
    I want to first set up everything in financial and household terms, and then pay more attention to it...
    I don't know how to do it at the same time.

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    Thank you for reaching out to us. We appreciate you taking the time to share a little bit about what you are experiencing. It sounds like you have a lot going on at home. It may be helpful to talk to your spouse, family or friends about what you are experiencing. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) 800-950-NAMI is a great resource to go to for support and someone to talk to. You also could contact SAMHSA(Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services) 800-662-HELP to find therapist in your area. Best of luck with everything!
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