My wife has a serious problem(s). I love her with all my heart. I am totally living my life for her. Bought her a new car a new house, closed yesterday. Faithful, loving affectionate and very considerate with our kids. I would consider myself a very good husband and father. Her problems are fear of me for some reason. Always thinking that I want to kill her, poison her, sabatoge her car or that I'm unfaithful and untrustworthy. Things will be fine and then moods come in and she is like a totally different person. She doesn't have any trust for me and there is no reason for her to think that of me. Do you have any ideas. She is always leaving me. I try to stay stable for the kids and her to have a place to come back to. Got any ideas
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