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The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches

One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity the brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

Prolog: ExpectationsExpectations You wrote

Wife wants me to be happy (or act happy) all the time

Everyone would love to be happy at all time but that's impossible - we're human and we're wired this way. Just make sure you set a clear expectations with your wife from the beginning that there would be moments where you will not be yourself per se. Where you will be 'off' just like her and that's ok but you will seek constant solution to solve it.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches

One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity the brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

Prolog: Expectations You wrote

Wife wants me to be happy (or act happy) all the time

Everyone would love to be happy at all time but that's impossible - we're human and we're wired this way. Just make sure you set a clear expectations with your wife from the beginning that there would be moments where you will not be yourself per se. Where you will be 'off' just like her and that's ok but you will seek constant solution to solve it.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches

One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity the brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

Expectations You wrote

Wife wants me to be happy (or act happy) all the time

Everyone would love to be happy at all time but that's impossible - we're human and we're wired this way. Just make sure you set a clear expectations with your wife from the beginning that there would be moments where you will not be yourself per se. Where you will be 'off' just like her and that's ok but you will seek constant solution to solve it.

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The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches One

One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity yourthe brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

Prolog: Expectations You wrote

Wife wants me to be happy (or act happy) all the time

Everyone would love to be happy at all time but that's impossible - we're human and we're wired this way. Just make sure you set a clear expectations with your wife from the beginning that there would be moments where you will not be yourself per se. Where you will be 'off' just like her and that's ok but you will seek constant solution to solve it.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity your brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches

One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity the brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

Prolog: Expectations You wrote

Wife wants me to be happy (or act happy) all the time

Everyone would love to be happy at all time but that's impossible - we're human and we're wired this way. Just make sure you set a clear expectations with your wife from the beginning that there would be moments where you will not be yourself per se. Where you will be 'off' just like her and that's ok but you will seek constant solution to solve it.

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The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Your bestApproaches One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it. That

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the honest truthreasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity your brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Your best approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself. That is the honest truth.

The proposed solution you provided above can work (maybe) in the short run; but that's about it. You can delve into the philosophy of 'why I'm like this' and 'how can I stress out that it's not about her' etc

I'm going to answer your question

"some alternative ones"

It's about you and no one else

When I'm confront with those down feelings (like most people on the planet) my strategy that works very well is to detach myself from everyone and do the things that I like. One thing that I know that doesn't help is to try to articulate my state 'why I'm like this'. I found out that delving into the complexity of the situation and try to articulate the problem for my 'state' simply promote antagonism by everyone around me.

So what do I do: Oh...this is where it gets really good: I wear my high-end sport clothes and I go to run for an hour or bike for 2 hours whatever the weather permits. I listen to my music and by the time I get back...I'm full of energy and ready to swallow the sweet world. Yes, it takes me one hour to get back on my feet from state 'grumpy' to 'full_energy'.

What works for me is to focus on me for 1 or 2 hours and then I'm back to family. BTW, my wife supports me 100% on this. When I tell her I'm going to run she knows that when I'm back we can talk about the next vacation :-)

Approaches One approach is to tell your wife that you need to detach yourself from everyone else and focus on yourself and one hour to yourself will fix it.

Another valid approach is to ask your wife to join you for a jugging and after 30 minute of walk you can discuss the reasons for which led you to this ‘state’. You will be amazed to see that when engaged in phaical activity your brain both perceive and transmit different vibes into the conversation.

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