Our expert says:
However tired or anaemic one may be, one is generally able to speak - and indeed, she can comment to you. But isn't the argument really about her feeling that you don't understand or sympathise with her anaemic tiredness ?
It is usually a medical condition, but her responsibility would be to see a good doctor, get properly assessed and diagnosed, take proper needed meds such as iron tablets, and eat a good diet. It should then be possible and practical for her to recover from the anaemia before long, and return to normal life.
In the meantime, some sympathy and encouragement from you would surely help to speed that recovery ? Isn't her work important in terms of contributing to the family income ? If so, and its important for her to keep her job, isn't it understandable that she'd try her hardest to keep up with the job's needs, and feel even more exhausted when she gets home ?
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