"What a brilliant idea! I love your website and look forward to changing and growing in many positive and healthy ways." -Amy
Read More Testimonials»

Our Dealing With Depression Experts

Fawn Fitter

Fawn Fitter

Author of Working in the Dark: Keeping Your Job While Dealing...

Shared by First30Days View Profile»
Dr. Andrew Jones

Dr. Andrew Jones

Medical director of the Women’s Health Institute of Texas...

Shared by First30Days View Profile»
Dr. Jesse H. Wright

Dr. Jesse H. Wright

Authority on treating depression, professor of psychiatry...

Shared by First30Days View Profile»

Meet all of our Health Experts»

Got a Question?

Q&A

If you have questions about this change, you're in the right place. Our editors, experts, and community of change optimists have answers!

Jennyru

Question:Every day is a bad day for me. I feel like such a failure. I have a wonderful husband and 3 beautiful children that I can't do anything for. I have not worked since 2004 due to sickness. I hate to see the disappointed look in my childrens eyes every time

Asked by Jennyru on 11/25/08 3 Answers»
CINDY009

Answer:

AM A LIVING WITNESS AND A BENEFICIARY OF DR OGUDU LOVE SPELL, PREGNANCY SPELL AND MARRIAGE REUNITING, CONTACT HIM NOW FOR YOUR MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS SOLUTION WITHIN 48 HOURS OF CONTACTING HIM

My name is CINDY SCOTT am from BELARUS, am a woman who loves and cherish my husband more than any other thing you can imagine on earth surface. My husband was so lovely and caring after 9 years of marriage he was seriously ill and the doctor confirm and said he has a kidney infection that he needed a kidney donor, that was how I started searching for a good Samaritan who can help,doctor has given me a periodic hour that he will live just 2 days left, that was how I ask the doctor if I can be of help to my husband that was how he carried out the test,the confirming was successful, I was now having this taught that since 9 years now we got married I have not be able to get pregnant can I be able to get pregnant again after thr surgery? That was the question I ask the doctor, he never answer his response was do you want to lost your husband? I immediately reply no I can't afford to loose him. After the operation i and my husband came back home and live happily as husband and wife should. After 7 months my husband came home with another lady telling me, that is our new wife that will give us kids and take care of us, that was how I was confused and started crying all day, That was not enough soonest my husband ran away with the new find love and never keep in contact with me. Since then I was confuse don't no what to do that was how I went back to the doctor and tell him everything, he told me that, this is not just an ordinary thing that he have heard of us situation so many times but he knows a man who is a voodoo spell caster who can help me out of my present situation that he has directed more 6 woman to him and they all came back with positive testimonials about him that I should tell him all my problem that he can help me out that was how i contacted him and i did as instructed. After 3 days and I have done what he ask me to do, my husband started searching for me that was how we settle he also told me not to worry that I will get pregnant, this month making it the fifth Month I contacted him am now 3 months pregnant. These great spell cater is a great man, if you are in any kind of problem you can contact him here on his email OGUDUSPELLTEMPLE@YAHOO.COM...WHATSAPP NUMBER +2348106058254...WEBSITE...Link

Answered by: CINDY009 on 10/26/16
aliciak

Answer:

Yes, I agree about it not being true most likely that you aren't doing anything for them. I'm sure you're loving them! I too have a chronic illness, so I totally understand about feeling the shortcomings of that, the helplessness, but unfortunately some of us are dealt these hands and we have to play them.

Try not to focus on their disappointment and remember that they are kids. They will be disappointed about a lot of things (not getting that toy for a birthday etc.) that won't "matter" when they get older. They will be able to understand what you're going through eventually, so for the time being, just do what you can.

Answered by: aliciak on 12/2/08
Kiki76

Answer:

I struggle on and off with a chronic illness and though I'm lucky enough to be able to work (and work from home as needed) I understand how illness can affect how you feel about yourself and your capabilities.

I'm sure it's not true that you can't do anything for your family. Taking care of a family is work all its own and I'm sure they love and support you for who you are.

Might it be possible to focus on something you can do today, rather than what you can't? Sometimes that helps me get through just in the moment.

Answered by: Kiki76 on 11/30/08
Got an Answer?