Hi, I could use some advice. I have been married to my wife for almost 11 years. We were married when we were 21, so both 32 now. No kids yet (which is part of the problem - more on that later). I married my opposite, personality-wise. I know that personalities are all unique and very complex, but to put things very broadly for context, I'm highly logical and she's highly emotional. ISTJ and ENFP, for those who care. This has caused a lot of issues over the years, and we have in the past gone through waves - sometimes things going well and understanding each other, sometimes really struggling to communicate. I have felt for a while that we have matured beyond some of these problems though, as there seems to be less & less instances of misunderstandings and her having big eruptions of emotions & frustration. However it's back again with a vengeance, and I'm starting to wonder if I need to dig in some more to get better at understanding how to support her, and more importantly, exactly how to do that. We've had lots of problems with fertility. We have been keen for kids for about 4 years, but she has had a lot of health issues. She hasn't been working while she focuses on her health. This has been a huge struggle for her and the further it goes on, the more it intensifies. Recently she has been confessed to feeling completely alone, like I don't support her at all emotionally, that she can't talk to me about all these issues, like we're on different pages. She feels like her "love bucket" is empty and just feels angry. I would appreciate any general advice, but the specific advice is would ask for is this - how exactly can I make her feel less alone, and more emotionally supported? Perhaps for many this will be obvious, but it's not something I am very good at, or even really understand. I joke that I'm a robot, but it often isn't that far from the truth - I don't really "feel" much in general, emotions just confuse me, and "offering emotional support" just sounds like meaningless airy-fairy nothingness. It's not something I can relate to needing in the slightest. I thought that over time I'd got better at doing it naturally, because we've been having this kind of issue less & less (it was terrible in the first few years of marriage), but now coming up again and much stronger than before, maybe that's not true. So how do I actually do this? Practically, how do you make someone feel less alone, and more emotionally supported? What are the nuts & bolts of how that looks? Are there any husbands out there who can relate? How did you work through this? What resources came in handy? Are there any links you can share? I haven't been able to find anything useful in my searching. Thanks in advance.