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I NEVER know what kind of mood my man is go­ing to wake up in.

Some morn­ing he’s full of the joys, on oth­ers he’s so down I can’t get a “good morn­ing” out of him. He doesn’t drink or take drugs, so I can’t blame those.

I’m ex­hausted not know­ing what I’m go­ing to be faced with. He swears he loves me. How can I help him?

JANE SAYS: Would your man like to talk about what’s on his mind in gen­eral?

Is he wor­ried about work, money or is there some­thing else up­set­ting him? Tell him that you have to know the truth so that you can help and sup­port him.

Would a visit to his GP be a good idea? But, ul­ti­mately, you have to be aware of your own lim­its too.

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