Post # 1
I have barely seen Fiance over the last 4 months. He is in school, doing a placement for school and an internship (placement is 1 day and internship is 3 days a week) plus school. All of this is apart of school.
Fiance is on nights for the next 3 days, which means we only see eachother for maybe an hour and on top of that, I have a family dinner 2 hours away tomorrow and will only see him for 5 mins before he goes to bed in the morning and then not again until sunday morning since I won’t be home for dinner with him.
I am just so tired of this. I am sitting here alone, with my cat, baking cookies to keep busy. I just want to cry. I just miss him so much it hurts…
Post # 3
I know its hard but just keep thinking he’s doing all this for both your future. Is there anything you can do while he’s not home, meet up with friends, take a class/course or any other activity?
Post # 4
@MarMBer: Thanks for the support. I have so many hobbies…I am practically doing everything by hand for the wedding. Constantly talk with my few girlfriends. He feels it too. Its just hard and I cannot wait until he is done and has a job where he has set hours. Our ultimate goal is for me to start my own business from home so I can set my hours with his. But that is 5 years off.
Post # 5
@missjewels: The sacrifices you are making now will lead to sweet rewards down the road. Just take advantage and cherish every free moment you both have together. I believe this will also strength your relationship. *hugs*
Post # 6
I’ve been in your position, where Fiance and I worked such opposite schedules that we saw each other maybe two nights a week for 18 months, even though we live together. It’s hard. Sometimes so hard that it pushes you to breaking point. Just know that it won’t be forever, and be sure to make the most of what little time you do spend together.
I also found a small consolation in finding ways to connect with him even when we weren’t face to face. Things like leaving little notes for him to find when he got home and I was asleep, doing funny drawings for him, etc. Although your aren’t physically together, doing something for him can make you feel a little better and it creates a little sense of togetherness.