feeling rejected and jealous

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hi everyone.  I am new here, so dont know how to begin...lets start with how am feeling at th emoment.  I am constantly feeling like nobody loves me and unworthy.  I have a wonderful family, a job and a loving husband.  Dont know if its because am going to the big 40 next year...and i have been reading up on Menapause.  is it the menapause? am on the coil and my sex drive have recently been on the up.  Which my hubby is happy about but unfortunatly we never get around to anything as i am constantly in arguments with him. I tend to just snap at him for silly things and not speak to him for days.  And recently i have become very paranoid with a cousin that has got touch with hubby after so many years. they spend a lot of time chatting on socila media evryday! i am jealous of this cousin.  I know its silly but even after my hubby is nicest and the loving there could be, and alsways letting me know how important i am to him, the next day i still feel he doesnt love me.  Please anyone help!  I heared about the evening primerose and other menapause tablets..anybody can reccommend anything?

Sorry to drag on.  But i am hating how hubby and i are in constant arguments.

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    Hi Molly wink

    you need to ask yourself the following questions:-

    *  Do you suffer with depression, or have you ever?

    *  what makes you think your peri/menpausal, GP can do tests

    *  Are you blaming you difficult marriage on Meno/peri meno or other when you know that the marriage is going through a rough time

    IF AND WHEN [email]YOU@VE[/email] BEEN HONEST WITH YOURSELF and you still believe your current feelings are hormonal and due to THE CHANGE

    find out what can help and try out some of the things the girls on here recommend such as:-

    Vit B12 B6, Flax, Magnesium and ???? HRT question

     

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    Hormones produce strange feelings such as negativity, anger, emotional outbursts, fatigue and numerous others.

    It all amounts to difficult relationships sad

    Try to hold yourself together and stop thinnking negatively and being paranoid

    maybe see GP for antidepressant, Sertraline is excellent

                                   Good Luck

    If he's a keeper take care of him cool

                                                              MM x 

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      aww....thank you mm. oh yes he is definately a keeper...i have been depressed before..but not with these kinds of emotionals.  i was thinking of going to the gp...but keeps putting it off.

      is it through the gp to get Sertraline? do i need to ask for it?

      Hubby is a  gentle loving man, i know i have issues of letting things go and this feeling of not worthy and reject i started just recently.

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    Sertraline  ZOLOPH is a presribed drug from your GP

    excellent antidepressant

    the depression related to the men/peri meno is completely different to anything I've ever felt before rolleyes

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    Hi mollycan

    There are times i feel rejected and jealous and not loved and there are times i get in arguments with my boyfriend 

    You have to learn to tell yourself that you are loved and that you are cared about. 

    A lot could have to deal with the hormone as we go into a phase of all these moods and having feelings. 

    I don't get it why do us women have all these moods and the men don't have them as much as us 

    i guess we are just lucky 

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