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    achamb1968 posted:
    Hi! Is there anyone out there living with a depressed spouse? i have been living with my depressed husband for over 15 years. the depression really set in once we started having children. I dont know what to do. I have tried to get him to go to therapy, doesnt like it. he is on medication, but it doesnt seem to be helping. Just feel stuck in a DEPRESSING marriage. His depression has sucked the "fun" out of my life. I love him, but i dont know if i can live like this another 15 years. what do i do? stay and be unhappy? Try to get him to get help AGAIN? HELP!


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