Our expert says:
Funny, isn;t it, how often our head says one thing "This is great and good for both of us", and our heart says something different "OK, but what about ME !!" And you're right that this concern of yours, while normal, is illogical. So she spends much time during the day in meetings --- well, I hope she didn't, previously, spend much of the workign day thinking about or communicating with you --- that's not exactly what the company pauys her for ( or you, I suppose !). And one wonders whether you're actually getting any less really quality time with her --- except to the extent that your conflicted feelings about this reduce your ability to fully relax and enjoy the time that you DO still have together.
No, of course you're not going insane, though it can feel pretty odd to get so wound up about something you recognize as not deserving such an intense response. This is the sort of situation in which counselling for you, probably not needing to last long, could be really valuable for you both.
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