Fighting a losing battle

I cannot win. Too anxious to sleep means I'm too anxious to go to class in the morning because I feel terrible and then when I notify the uni I'm too anxious to go to class they send me two copies of the attendance policy in separate emails. Yeah, thanks for rubbing in the fact I can't get out of bed.

It's not like my partner understands either despite my explanations. I like things done a particular way and he doesn't get it. He confuses me constantly, saying one thing and then another. This time it's him going on a lads holiday to Prague.  Nevermind the fact that when I asked if we could go somewhere in the summer my requests were met with "I don't have the money or the time" and yet he jumps at this chance. Obviously I'm not so much of a priority as his friends are. Then if he doesn't go, I'll felt like it's my fault for expressing my sadness at this.

I cannot win.

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Anon-1

I think its important that you deal with the anxiety as a priority. Do you see a professional about it? That would be my first thing to do. It can be impossible to deal with it on your own and as your partner doesn't seem to be helping the situation you need to take action and do something to help yourself.

I know it can be daunting but it won't be as bad as doing nothing and remaining like this. Sending you virtual hugs and support.